calculus help

consider lim -->0^+
1)sin(4x)/sin(3x) find the limit using a table of values

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x ---- sin(4x)/sin(3x)
.01 -- 1.33317...
.001 - 1.3333317..
.0001 -- 1.333333317...

looks like the answer is 4/3

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