# Let f(x)= { sinx/x +cosx, x not equal to 0  2, x=0. Show that f(x) is continuous at x=0.

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when limit tends zero sin x/x will be equal to 1 and cosx equals 1 , thus LHL = RHL as limit exits .therefore function is continuos at x=0. to make things easier draw graph

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