A Beautiful Proof: Why the Limit of sin(x)/x as x Approaches 0 is 1?

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From the day I learned Calculus, I noticed that I had become obsessed with learning how certain things worked. While it is fun to understand how certain things work, it is even more entertaining to learn about how something was discovered. Furthermore, it is most amusing to learn how something works or exists on our own. For example, knowing that 2•2=4 isn’t very rewarding…

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Life is good for only two things, discovering mathematics and teaching mathematics.

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