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First of all, consider the root of sin(x)/x is ±nπ, where n = 1, 2, 3, ... Then, we can express sine as an infinite product of linear factors given by its roots:
To find the constant k, taking limit on both sides:
Using the fact that:
we get k=1. Then, we obtain the Euler-Wallis formula for sine: