how can i solve this equation 2cot^2(2x)+3cosec2x=0 for o<x<π??
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Substitute cot(2x) by cosx/sinx and cosec2x by 1/sin2x and do some work to get a quadratic then solve it it is easy.
Last edited by MINOANMAN; February 21st 2013 at 09:42 AM.
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THANK YOU VERY MUCH MAN
cosec^2(x)=1+cot^2(x),,and i wasnt sure if it was right to say that cosec^2(2x)=1+cot^2(2x)... thanks again man
minoanaman thanks for your help too man.. i had solved this equation,but i was not sure if the method that soroban showed me was right
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