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It is simpler than you think (
Posted on 20130518
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Solve:
(sin x + cos x)
^{3}
+ sin 2x 1/4*log
_{a}
b = 0
Given:
a=sqrt(3+2*sqrt(2))1
and
b=1/sin 10sqrt(3)/cos10
Hint: It is simpler than you think.
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Ady TZIDON
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must be the solutions
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Assuming that the 10's involved are degree measure and that 1/4*loga(b) means (1/4)*loga(b), creating a table of values indicates solutions at x = (0 + k*360)° and (90 + k*360)°.
Posted by
Charlie
on 20130519 09:39:08
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