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**Monox D. I-Fly****Member**- From: Indonesia
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The value of

is ....a. 0

b.

c.

d. 2

e. 4

The approximation of x is supposed to be -2, actually, but for unknown reasons the negative sign can't show up in LaTeX.

What I did:

From then on is what got me hesitated. Does equal 1? Because as far as I recall, this kind of things can only work if x approaches 0, can't it? However, if I keep treating as 1, I got this:

Please tell me how to solve it properly.

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**Alg Num Theory****Member**- Registered: 2017-11-24
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Monox D. I-Fly wrote:

The approximation of x is supposed to be -2, actually, but for unknown reasons the negative sign can't show up in LaTeX.

That’s because you put a backslash before the - sign.

`\lim_{x\to\-2}`

Don’t put any backslash: it’s just

`\lim_{x\to-2}`

On the other hand, *do* put a backslash before the cos – otherwise *cos* in italics looks like a product of three variables. When formatted properly, the expression should look like this:

PS: I looked through your working; I should think what you did was just fine.

*Last edited by Alg Num Theory (2018-02-07 03:58:18)*

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**Monox D. I-Fly****Member**- From: Indonesia
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Alg Num Theory wrote:

PS: I looked through your working; I should think what you did was just fine.

So, the approximation of x doesn't have to be 0 to make it equals 1?

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Monox D. I-Fly wrote:

So, the approximation of x doesn't have to be 0 to make it equals 1?

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**Monox D. I-Fly****Member**- From: Indonesia
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Ah, so that's it! Thank you very much!

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