Find do the terms cancel out? If so, doesn't that leave me with ? then by direct sub ?
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Originally Posted by Foxlion Find do the terms cancel out? If so, doesn't that leave me with ? then by direct sub ? you should already be familiar with this well known trig limit ...
Hello, skeeter! You should already be familiar with this well known trig limit: . . I'm afraid that he will ask: . . Do the cancel out? . . If so, doesn't that leave me with: .
Originally Posted by Soroban Hello, skeeter! I'm afraid that he will ask: . . Do the cancel out? . . If so, doesn't that leave me with: . That's funny...
Originally Posted by Soroban Hello, skeeter! I'm afraid that he will ask: . . Do the cancel out? . . If so, doesn't that leave me with: . Isn't this the same reason why ?
Originally Posted by Prove It Isn't this the same reason why ? Exactly!, we'll call it a corollary prop of the alphabetical cancellation rule...
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