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    Solving Trigonometric Equations (Advanced Functions)

    Determine the solution for this equation on the interval [ 0 is less or equal to x which is less than or equal to 2pi ] :

    sin2x = 1/√2

    How do you solve this question? We are supposed to solve for x and then graph it where sin will be positive or negative... I understand how to do equations with the simple trig functions, but not with the compound angle formulae...

    If anyone could help me out with this question, that would be wonderful!!
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