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Homework Help: Calculus...

Posted by Shelli on Thursday, September 20, 2007 at 9:49pm.

How can I use the "angle addition formula" and the formula "limit of x approaching 0 of sin(x)" to show that the limit of x approaching 0 sin(a+x) = sin(a) for all a?

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