Limit question with x and y help?

Give me a clue how to find the limit as x and y approach zero of $(x^2+y^2)*\sin(1/xy)$...I thought about multiplying up and down with $xy$ but that didn't give me anything....

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Squeezing principle. Sine of anything is bounded. –  jim Mar 19 '13 at 9:03
@Aaron to prove the limit existence, you should not take a particular case of $x$ and $y$. –  Sami Ben Romdhane Mar 19 '13 at 9:05
There is the unpleasantness that if for example we travel towards $(0,0)$ on the $x$-axis, our function is not defined. –  André Nicolas Mar 19 '13 at 9:21
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Hint $$|\sin(1/xy)|\leq 1$$ and $$x^2+y^2\to0.$$
$a=\frac{1}{xy}$
$\ Lim_ {a \to \infty} \sin a=[1,-1]=z$, A real value.
$\ Lim_ {x,y \to 0} \ (x^2+y^2) \sin a=0.$