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i know its 0 but why..sin(1/x) would be a finite number?if so then why..
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isn't this obvious? as x>0, sin(1/x) wiggles between 1 and +1 and the x at the front kill it.
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oh yeah okay :o
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also there's another way to do it. substitute t=1/x
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you can do this by method sin(x)/x .. and not the least .. you can use L'hopital rule.
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i thought it had got smt to do with sin inverse x and stuff
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