what is the general solution to
sinX/2 = (sqareroot)3/2
since sin(as well as cos and tan) is an oscillating function their are an infinite number of solution to this kind of problem. Take for example sin(x) = 0
sin(0) = 0
sin(180) = 0
sin(360) = 0
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sin(180n) = 0 where n is an integer
Hope that clears up what a general solution is.
Just a reminder, 180 is in degrees.
Also, Kelsey, please be clear on your math expressions. "(squareroot)3/2" can mean $\displaystyle \frac{\sqrt{3}}{2}$ (which is widely accepted since powers/roots precede multiplications/divisions) or $\displaystyle \sqrt{\frac{3}{2}}$. "sinX/2" can mean $\displaystyle sin\,\frac{X}{2}$ or $\displaystyle \frac{sin\,X}{2}$