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Differential Calculus

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lim x tends to pie/2 [sinx]=?
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lim x tends to pie/2 [sinx]=?

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is the answer 0?????????

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Limit does not exist

L.H.L. = o   but  R.H.L. = -1   &   L.H.L. is not equal to R.H.L.

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Ans= 1.

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the pink is the actual graph and the 'x' at pie/2 means at pie/2 its value is 1

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