Name : Yannick Gigandet Who is asking : not a student Question : What is the limit, as x approaches pi/3, of (12cosx) / sin(x(pi/3)) ? Thanks for the answer. Hi Yannick, Most of the limits you see in a first calculus course that involve trigonometry use the one fundamental fact that
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the variable approaches pi/3 rather than zero and the sine function has as its variable xpi/3 so I would begin with a change of variables. Let t = x  pi/3, then x = t + pi/3 and as x approaches pi/3, t approaches zero. Thus the limit becomes
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