## anonymous one year ago State the value of the limit, if it exists lim x→0 (x cos(x)) Do you know how to solve this? :)

1. Loser66

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2. anonymous

Interesting suggestion, but I don´t think it´s that easy :)

3. anonymous

since x(cos(x) is a continous function of x $\lim_{x \rightarrow 0} xcos(x)= 0\cos(0)=0$

4. anonymous

Really? Since x moves towards 0 you should try replacing x with 0? I don´t see the point? :)

5. anonymous

Ok, thanks!