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Topic: how to solve limt x=0 {sin(a+b)-sin(a-b)}/x
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Ken.Pledger@vuw.ac.nz

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Re: how to solve limt x=0 {sin(a+b)-sin(a-b)}/x
Posted: Nov 10, 2013 3:48 PM
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In article <24b65396-6036-4214-b99e-71f70de120cf@googlegroups.com>,
Kamran Anjum <kamrananjum22@gmail.com> wrote:


Your formula may have a typo. Did you mean b to be x?

Ken Pledger.



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