How do I find it exactly? I think the answer is (Sqrt(2)+Sqrt6))/4 Not quite sure if that's it. I would like a detailed explaination if I was incorrect. Thank you in advance.
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Originally Posted by Neversh How do I find it exactly? I think the answer is (Sqrt(2)+Sqrt6))/4 Not quite sure if that's it. I would like a detailed explaination if I was incorrect. Thank you in advance. are you asking why $\displaystyle \sin\left(\frac{5\pi}{12}\right) = \frac{\sqrt{2} + \sqrt{6}}{4}$ ?
I'm asking if (Sqrt(2)+Sqrt6))/4 is the exact answer of Sin(5pi/12)
Originally Posted by Neversh I'm asking if (Sqrt(2)+Sqrt6))/4 is the exact answer of Sin(5pi/12) yes, it is.
That means I'm actually understanding this stuff, Thank you.
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