Simplify

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EDIT;

Stopping at

,

note that and

.

The rest follows.

Now try it again using the assumption that x is complete, if you should take it.

- Jun 16th 2008, 12:52 PMmathwizardVery challenging; Simplify the trigonometric complex expression.
Simplify

http://i29.tinypic.com/2ijroqq.jpg

EDIT;

Stopping at

,

note that and

.

The rest follows.

Now try it again using the assumption that x is complete, if you should take it. - Jun 16th 2008, 02:12 PMMoo
Hello !

Your problems are really challenging :eek:

I don't know if I'm going to do it correctly...but well, what happens if one doesn't try anything ? (Wondering)

I'll study first

(I know we can do it in a more direct way, but it doesn't matter)

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Now, remember that :

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Similarly, we get :

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Multiply by :

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Yay !

Edit : and this was done assuming that x had values that didn't impeach anything in it...

Re-edit : new release, mistakes corrected (Rofl) - Jun 16th 2008, 10:58 PMMoo
Ok... I have found a quicker method (takin' a shower makes things easier (Nerd))

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