State the limits for B if given that B is an obtuse angle and

a) tan2B is negative

b) tan4B is positive

c) tan2B is negative or tan 4B is positive

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- June 19th 2013, 08:42 AMTrefoil2727limit for angle
State the limits for B if given that B is an obtuse angle and

a) tan2B is negative

b) tan4B is positive

c) tan2B is negative or tan 4B is positive - June 19th 2013, 09:19 AMPlatoRe: limit for angle
- June 20th 2013, 08:28 PMTrefoil2727Re: limit for angle
- June 21st 2013, 03:24 AMTrefoil2727Re: limit for angle
hah is that means that 360<4B<720?

so tan4B>0, 360<4B<(90+360), (180+360)<4B<(270+360)

90<B<112.5 , 135<4B<157.5 ?

tan2B is negative or tan 4B is positive means what? - June 21st 2013, 05:24 AMPlatoRe: limit for angle
It is clear to me that you don't understand much of this, do you?

From the given it must be true that . Thus any answer you find must be in that range.

If then or , which is in that range.

If then it could be or , which is**NOT in that range**.

So we must take another course.

Suppose that or then .

Solving we get , which is in the range.