I was sailing through my individual college stuff until I found a few infinite products...
I don't seem to even have a clue about appropriate methods here, so maybe anyone can give me an idea on this one:
I would greatly appreciate your help.
I was sailing through my individual college stuff until I found a few infinite products...
I don't seem to even have a clue about appropriate methods here, so maybe anyone can give me an idea on this one:
I would greatly appreciate your help.
That is very slick, thank you!
However, I took another product (fortunately there are only two of them)
As you can see, I used your concept of taking N instead of infinity at first. I even applied some school mathematics and figured out an equivalent summation instead of product, but.. that just looks terrible to me. Or is it still a way to go even with trigonometric functions?