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    Solutions

    sinx * cosx = 0.25

    I cannot think of how to do it.
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    I've realised I could use a double angle identity. Aren't they usually removed while solving equations?
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    Use the dubble angle identity of sin(2x). Therefore divide bothe sides by 2 to get x.
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