Tom N. answered • 06/24/19

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Use the limit quotient rule lim f(x)/g(x) as x goes to 0 and take the limit of the numerator first which gives 8 as x goes to 0. For the denominator cot(x) goes to ∞ as x goes to 0 so the limit of the original function is Lim_{x→0} 8/∞ which is 0.

Tom N.

06/24/19

Geoffry B.

That is a wonderful explanation! Cheers!06/24/19

Geoffry B.

Hi Tom, Thank you for the explanation. Could you explain why cot goes to inifnite and also 8/infinite=0?06/24/19