Don't let anyone dare tell you that's incorrect, because it is the same as .
It's really very much like the idiot mythmatics professor (David Ullrich) that tries to debate me on sci.myth. The limit in the case of is actually irrelevant, because sin(x) / x is defined at x=0, just as x/x is defined at x=0. Don't believe me? Just draw the graph of y=1 and you'll see that (0,1) is on the graph. Mainstream morons fancy there is a hole at x=0 where sin(x) / x is concerned. Chuckle.