show that x = sin t and y = sin (t + pi/6) can be written in the form y = ax + b√1-x^2 stating the values of a and b im really stuck
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Originally Posted by sharp357 show that x = sin t and y = sin (t + pi/6) can be written in the form y = ax + b√1-x^2 stating the values of a and b im really stuck ........by the addition formula for sine can you finish? in particular, pay attention to the 's you see in the above expression. what do you know about here?
hmmm, i think i can. thanks for the help
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