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The top is still a little tricky though, we have to sort it out.

wait the second one just looks like the mean value theorem? it oddly looks like f(a)-b/a-b = f'(c)

oh nevermind me theres a limit sorry im a bit tired

heh, yah it looks similar :)

\[\large \cos(5\pi)=?\]

With 2 extra spins* my bad.

i mean pi i mean cos and sin... wow I' m sounding stupid

5pi is the same as 180 degrees.

See the a?

Yeah it's represented by 5pi?

so i have to equate both limit? and finding my h?

no h, we're using the second definition that i posted, not the one involving h.

It's another form of the limit definition. It comes up less often.

My bad I understood we had to manipulate it back to the other form

Then when its ask to find F, am I suppose to find cosx?

sorry, the wording is really throwing me off

Make sense? :) k cool!

Thanks a lot you're patient!