Solve the following equation for angles between 0 degrees and 360 degrees inclusive.
2 sin(square) x – 5 sin x cos x = 3 cos(square) x
do I solve it further like this:
2u (square) - 6uv +uv - 3v (square)
and then factorise?
After factorisation, I got:
sin x - 3 cos x = 0
or 2 sinx + cos x = 0
If I substitute, short equations like 7 cos x = 0 are coming up, through which it is not possible to deduce an answer mathematically.