Posted by **ALOKE** on Friday, July 11, 2014 at 11:28am.

if

f(x)=x[x] / sin[x]

then show that there is no existence of

lim f(x)

x>0

2nd prob:

show lim (tanx-sinx)/x^3 =1/2

x>0

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