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how does [cos(4x)-1] become [1- 2sin^2x -1] = 2sin^2x ?

which really means cos(4x) becomes 1-sin^2x

which trig identity does this use?

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- Mar 8th 2014, 05:28 AMkingsolomonsgravelimits at infinity of trigs
Attachment 30336

how does [cos(4x)-1] become [1- 2sin^2x -1] = 2sin^2x ?

which really means cos(4x) becomes 1-sin^2x

which trig identity does this use? - Mar 8th 2014, 05:39 AMPlatoRe: limits at infinity of trigs
- Mar 8th 2014, 06:15 AMkingsolomonsgraveRe: limits at infinity of trigs
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