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Posted by **John** on Friday, January 20, 2012 at 12:27am.

Lim(sin kt/t) t approaches 0 and (K is constant)

How do you start this and go about it stepwise?

Does knowing (K constant) help me to solve this?

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**drwls**, Friday, January 20, 2012 at 6:40amYou can do this in one step.

As t -> 0, sinkt -> kt, so

Lim (sinkt)/t = kt/t = k

t->0

You could also use l'Hopital's rule and get the same answer.

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