Im having a little trouble answering these problems. Note: Q represents the symbol that looks like a zero with a line across. (Not sure what its called. 1.) 1 - 2 sin(Q) = sin(Q) - sqrt(3) 2.) 2 (sin^2)(Q) = 1 - sin (Q)
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Originally Posted by ceasar_19134 1.) 1 - 2 sin(Q) = sin(Q) - sqrt(3) 2.) 2 (sin^2)(Q) = 1 - sin (Q) Call , we have Can you do it from there? Can you?
Originally Posted by ceasar_19134 Note: Q represents the symbol that looks like a zero with a line across. (Not sure what its called.) 1.) 1 - 2 sin(Q) = sin(Q) - sqrt(3) It's and it's pronounced "theta." We can stick with Q's though. This has no "nice" solution. So -Dan
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