I'm having a complete mind blank..and can't do these two questions...
any help would be greatly appreciated.
1) By writing sin3x as sin (2x+x) show that sin 3x = 3sinx - 4sin(cubed)x
i know that sin(2x+x) = sin2xcosx + cos2xsinx but i don't know where to go from there.
2) f(x) = 1- 3 + 3 x does not = -2
x+2 (x+2)squared
show that f(x) = x(squared) + x + 1 x does not = -2
(x+2)squared
please help if you can do either of these.
thanks
Yes, the forum word processor doesn't like extra spaces does it?
If I am reading this correctly it is:
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and you need to show that
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I'm going to just drop the part and just assume its there.
So we've got
Let's add the fractions. The LCM of is, of course, , so
See if you can finish this from here.
-Dan