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# Find the values that make this limit true!!?

7a) find what values of a and b is the following equation true?
a)lim(x→0)〖((sin2x/x3)+a+(b/x2)〗)=0

I hope this looks better it was just some weird parenthesis from word.
7a) find what values of a and b is the following equation true?
a)lim(x→0) of ((sin2x/x^3)+a+(b/x^2))=0

6 years ago

by antonin
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## Best Answer - Chosen by Voters

There's some kind of unreadable character in your
equation at two points. First, after the closing parenthesis
after the limit:

lim(x->0) A <----- (where A is some glyph character)

and again between the final two closing parenthesis:

(b/x2)〗A)=0 <------ (where A is some glyph character)

What are they supposed to be?
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