Posted by **Erica** on Monday, February 21, 2011 at 11:58pm.

If n is a positive integer, find the limit as n approaches +∞ of 1/n(sin (π/n) + sin (2π)/n + ... + sin (nπ)/n)

## Answer this Question

## Related Questions

- Math - Evaluate *Note - We have to find the exact value of these. That I know to...
- Math integrals - What is the indefinite integral of ∫ [sin (π/x)]/ x^...
- Math, please help - Which of the following are trigonometric identities? (Can be...
- Trig Help! - Question: Trying to find cos π/12, if cos π/6 = square ...
- Precalculus - Use one of the identities cos(t + 2πk) = cos t or sin(t + 2&#...
- Pre-Calc : Find the Exact Value of the Expression - Find the exact value of the ...
- Math 2nd question - Express as a single sine or cosine function (note: this is ...
- product of function - Given: f(x)=2 cos x and g(x)=sin x. Which of these ...
- TRIGONOMETRY - Can you check my work, please? This is for a trig study guide for...
- Trigonometric - What is the maximum integer value of n, where n<120, that ...