Use the Product-to-Sum Formula:
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Use it first on the first two, then use that result with the third.
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Use the identity
Substitute into that. Thus you’ll find that are the roots of the equation
Obviously ; therefore they are the roots of .
Now , etc. Hence the roots of the equation
are . All you need from the sextic equation are the leading coefficient, which is 64, and the constant term, which is . Now multiply all the six roots together and you have your answer!
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Consider the equation, . The solutions are where .
Thus, we can factorize, .
Let and we get, . This implies, .
Note, .
Which means, .
Thus, we established that, .
In the product,
Look at the sines from .
Use the fact that , , ... , .
This means, we can write this product as,
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This means, (note ),
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Now, use fact that, .
Apply the above identity to the opposite ends and work inside-out.
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Thus,
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Generalize! If is odd then: .