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Evaluate lim>4 sin(2y)/tan(5y)
Here is what I have so far. I am not sure the next steps. Can someone help me?
1. sin(2y)/(sin(5y)*cos(5y))
2. (sin(2y)*cos(5y))/sin(5y)

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