Kylie W.

asked • 01/30/17

Can anyone help with a limit question containing cosine?

I need help finding the limit of x as it approaches 0 for (cos(x+(pi/3))-(1/2))/x. 
I feel that the first step is reducing the equation to: ((cosx*cos(pi/3) - sinx*sin(pi/3))/x) -1/2x

1 Expert Answer


Roman C. answered • 01/30/17

Masters of Education Graduate with Mathematics Expertise

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