Help with solving a trigometric equation.
The equation is as follows:
With the interval .
So what I did was let and since cos is negative in the 2nd and 3rd quadrants with a basic angle of .
I then continued to solve the two equations and ended up with x= and .
However I'm missing out the two angles and . I'm supposed to be adding to and right? But it doesn't give me the other two angles that I missed out.
Also, regarding intervals, when I multiply the a number into the brackets, does it change? Like for the above when I multiply the 2 to get 2x, does the interval get multiplied by two also? That is .