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Topic: how to solve limt x=0 {sin(a+b)-sin(a-b)}/x
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Barry Schwarz

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Re: how to solve limt x=0 {sin(a+b)-sin(a-b)}/x
Posted: Nov 10, 2013 12:21 PM
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On Sun, 10 Nov 2013 07:21:27 -0800 (PST), Kamran Anjum
<kamrananjum22@gmail.com> wrote:

Your numerator is a constant. That constant can be negative, zero, or
positive. You should be able to figure out the limit for each case.

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