why does arcsin(2x) + arccos(x) = PI / 6? our teacher wants us to show this using identities, not literally finding a solution for (x)
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Originally Posted by lazyboy292 why does arcsin(2x) + arccos(x) = PI / 6? our teacher wants us to show this using identities, not literally finding a solution for (x) Does your screen name tell you something? What have you tried? Show some effort on your part!
arcsin 2x = PI/6 - arccos x 2x = sin(PI/6 - arccos x) thats all ive gotten so far
Originally Posted by lazyboy292 arcsin 2x = PI/6 - arccos x 2x = sin(PI/6 - arccos x) thats all ive gotten so far If this is for extra credit then I think you should be handing in your own work, not the work of others. Thread closed.
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