Posted by **nate** on Thursday, November 3, 2011 at 4:26pm.

Use the Mean Value Theorem to show:

-x < sinx < x for all x > 0

(and where I have the inequalities, it's supposed to be less than or equal to for the first two and greater than or equal to for the last one, I just didn't know how to type it)

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