Limits to infinity of fractions with trig functions
by Yoshitaka Goto
The problem is as follows:
d(t)= 100 / 8+4sin(t) Find the limit as t goes to infinity. It is assumed that t>0.
How would this work? I know that lim t->inf sin(x) = DNE.
But I am told that there IS a numerical answer.
Answer by Pablo:
Hello Yoshitaka, you are absolutely right, this limit does not exist, as the function d is periodic, just as sin(t). You may try to convince yourself (or whoever told you there is a numerical answer) by plotting the function.