Hi

quick & easy question:

6 cos 4x = 6 sin 8x

cos 4x = sin 8x

cos 4x = 2 sin 4x cos 4x

1/2 = sin 4x

arcsin(1/2) = 4x

x = arcsin(1/2)/4

are the above steps correct?

If so, how can i find x in terms of pi?

Thanks.

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- March 4th 2011, 03:41 PMKumaFinding trig intersection point
Hi

quick & easy question:

6 cos 4x = 6 sin 8x

cos 4x = sin 8x

cos 4x = 2 sin 4x cos 4x

1/2 = sin 4x

arcsin(1/2) = 4x

x = arcsin(1/2)/4

are the above steps correct?

If so, how can i find x in terms of pi?

Thanks. - March 4th 2011, 03:53 PMe^(i*pi)
Not quite. Dividing through by is potentially dividing by 0 so instead move all terms onto one side and factor

Either (these are the solutions you miss if you divide) or

As for recall your unit circle to see that