A solution set of the equation 5 sin(theta)+ 3 = 3 contains all multiples of (a) 45 degrees (b) 90 degrees (c) 135 degrees (d) 180 degrees
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Originally Posted by magentarita A solution set of the equation 5 sin(theta)+ 3 = 3 contains all multiples of (a) 45 degrees (b) 90 degrees (c) 135 degrees (d) 180 degrees Well, first we have to isolate the subtract 3 from both sides to get divide both sides by 5 Now, for what does ? That is true at all multiples of 180 degrees so d is your answer.
Originally Posted by caelum Well, first we have to isolate the subtract 3 from both sides to get divide both sides by 5 Now, for what does ? That is true at all multiples of 180 degrees so d is your answer. I did not realize that this question is really easy.
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