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    Solve the function

     f(x) = \frac {Sin2x}{1+Sin2x} = 1

    Is my answer correct?
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    What is your answer?
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    At the moment you have

    \frac {\sin2x}{1+\sin2x} = 1

    This is not solved and neither looks like it can be.

    When you solve a function the answer looks like x=...

    What is your solution for x?
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    f(x) = \dfrac {Sin2x}{1+Sin2x} = 1

    I think hydride is trying to simplify the equation...?

    If so, then it is not correct. The current equation of f(x) = \frac {Sin2x}{1+Sin2x} cannot be simplified any more.
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