How to find cos2θ if sinθ = 2?
How to find cosθ if sin2θ = 3?
Both lie in quadrant I. I'm unsure how to convert from one identity to the other ...
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Double Angle Equations!
...you were requested to post specific problems rather than cryptic references to double angle problems. Now it seems you're making up stuff, because you really don't know what you're doing.
Post a specific problem from a text or as given by your instructor.
Yes. Impossible. $\displaystyle -1 \leq sin(\theta) \leq 1$. For any angle in any quadrant.
You have now got several references to the double angle formulas. Please use them and show us what you've got.
But please let us know what the actual problem statements are. You have been asked to clarify a question before.
-Dan