was not quite sure how 2 solve sin((Pi*x)/3)=0 and while looking at the answer it gave 3j and j where r the j's from regards Flowergirl5
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Originally Posted by flowergirl5 was not quite sure how 2 solve sin((Pi*x)/3)=0 and while looking at the answer it gave 3j and j where r the j's from regards Flowergirl5 , where is an integer representing the number of times you have gone around the unit circle... . In this case, they have just used where I have used .
Actually n, or j, is the number of times you have gone halfway around the unit circle. sine is 0 at any multiple of . (Until I saw Prove It's answer I was about to try to make "j" the imaginary unit!)
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