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    Analytic Trigonometry

    Help me, im trying everything and its not working

    Verify that the x-values are solutions of the equation.

    3tan^2(2x-1) = 0
    a.) x = \pi/12
    b.) x = 5\pi/12

    i need to know the steps. thanks a bunch!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hydride View Post
    Help me, im trying everything and its not working

    Verify that the x-values are solutions of the equation.

    3tan^2(2x-1) = 0
    a.) x = \pi/12
    b.) x = 5\pi/12

    i need to know the steps. thanks a bunch!
    apparently these are not the solutions
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    Quote Originally Posted by hydride View Post
    Help me, im trying everything and its not working

    Verify that the x-values are solutions of the equation.

    3tan^2(2x-1) = 0
    a.) x = \pi/12
    b.) x = 5\pi/12

    i need to know the steps. thanks a bunch!
    Dear hydride,

    x=\frac{\pi}{12}~and~x=\frac{5\pi}{12} are not solutions of the given trignometric equation.

    For example, 3tan^{2}(2x-1)=2.07\times{10^{-4}}~when~x=\frac{\pi}{12}
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