Posted by **Vick** on Thursday, October 14, 2010 at 5:00pm.

Find the linearization of the function below at x = π/3.?

y=sin(x)/x

Your answer should be a linear function of x where the coefficients are accurate to at least two decimal places. You can enter π in your answer as "pi" (without the quotes).

I am not able to figure out how to find the answer. I tried couple times but it is showing incorrect.Please show the answer as well because I was not able to get the correct answer last time either. Please help me.. Thank you.

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