I am not sure how to start really.

I know [(sin(x))/x] = 1 right?

So do I just put them on the same fraction so I can divide the sin(x) with the x to remove the sin(x)?

I am struggling with this.

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ModeratorYeah I think so. Not sure what the English terms are tbf. But it is proper hard. Atleast for me

Haha, same for me. Countless of problems just like this to solve. Love it

Don't remember if L'hospitals rule applies with this or if it only applies when it's devided by something :P

Actually yes. So my method won't work. Makes it even more unclear what I have to do.

Use the internet. It says the answer is e^2

Well yeah but I have to know how they get to the answer.

Or do you have a calculator that gives you the steps?

By doing quick maths. Having the answer is always better than struggling with the way to get there

I wish my prof thought the same way.

It seems easy once you know how to do it, haha.

What do you mean "it helps"? He just solved that **** step by step and you just gotta copy it, you don't need help anymore after that

Nah it is not a task. I am studying for the exams

Good luck dude. I just did my Calculus 1 exam on Saturday, and thank God that's over. No more math for me ever again

Thanks man, I'll need it

Holy **** I swear I got a problem almost exactly like that on my calc 2 final exam last semester, but instead of sin(x) it was log(x). I'm so glad I'm done calc but now I'm in discrete mathematics which is all theories and

proofs, which just so happens to be the only thing in math I really suck at