Hello, In video lecture 3, Prof. Jerisson proved that limit of (1- cos theta)/theta as theta approaches 0 is 0. I understand why (1- cos theta) tend to 0. But what about theta itself in the denominator? As questioned by one student there, why didn't it become 0/0? I'm still confused. Anybody can explain further please?

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