How do you find the solutions? I dont really want to know the solution, I just need to know how you would calculate it for this type of problem. Is this right so far?, what is my next step
Last edited by purplec16; March 9th 2010 at 05:37 PM. Reason: Tried to work it out again, but did not get it
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Originally Posted by purplec16 How do you find the solutions? I dont really want to know the solution, I just need to know how you would calculate it for this type of problem. Is this right so far?, what is my next step This is not an equality that you can solve for with. It's an identity. In other words for ALL , provided that the denominator does not equal .
I still dont get it so I have to solve it first then find the solutions?
Read my answer properly. ANY number will satisfy this equation because IT IS AN IDENTITY. (as long as the number doesn't make the denominator .)
Originally Posted by purplec16 How do you find the solutions? I dont really want to know the solution, I just need to know how you would calculate it for this type of problem. Is this right so far?, what is my next step Hi purplec16, is "They" are equal for all as they are one and the same. As ranges from -1 to 1 is never zero.
I thought the range of cos is 0 to 2pi?
Hi purplec16, the angle ranges from 0 to over one period and ranges from -1 to 1
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