Could someone help me with this question? 2sin²(x) - √3 sin(x) = 0 I am trying to solve for values of x. so far I have done the following, however, I am unsure if this is correct. let ' m ' = sinx therefore... m² - √3 = 0
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Originally Posted by Jd09 Could someone help me with this question? 2sin²(x) - √3 sin(x) = 0 I am trying to solve for values of x. so far I have done the following, however, I am unsure if this is correct. let ' m ' = sinx therefore... m² - √3 = 0 it would be would it not?
It should be Either or So you need to simply solve and
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