Find the point of intersection of f(x):cos(x) and g(x):sin(2x) in the intervall 0;Pi/2

is there no way to find the point but by approximation?

Thanks

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List of trigonometric identities - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia contains probably anything you will ever need.

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This is way to complicated, I dont even see which formula are relevant for my level of mathematics. I'd need a site on which the basic rules are listed, which i need for basic calculus exercises. Unfortunately i either found way to complex or way to simple sites...

- Apr 29th 2010, 10:33 PM #9

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