Hey everyone, I couldn't figure out how how to find the value for: I know the answer, but, I'm looking for the solution, and why. Thanks
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Hi you'll need your trigo circle to get this one. If you look at the circle you'll notice that There is also a proof if you use the fact . Try it now, let me know if you can't make it!
Nope, sorry I have no idea how to do it. but, my professor did it like this: 1 + sin^2 79 cos^2 7 1 + 1 = 2 I think he did something wrong tho..
mhm maybe you prof is wrong stick with me and we shall know! First: Originally Posted by Barioth Do you understand this?
Originally Posted by Imonars Nope, sorry I have no idea how to do it. but, my professor did it like this: 1 + sin^2 79 cos^2 7 1 + 1 = 2 I think he did something wrong tho.. I think you may have copied incorrectly. so
I never copy wrong from the board, i always triple check my notes. This is not the first time he make these kinds of mistakes.. anyways Thanks guys I got it from Plato. and barioth, Yes I do understand that part, it's a formula
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That's it! Thank you all and thank you soroban that's exactly what I was looking for!