factoring a trig function
I can do the basic ones, but when they have a coefficient in front of the first term I dont know what to do.
I thought maybe you do
Edit nevermind That is right.
BUt is there a better way to solve these other than putting the first term in the first bracket and the guessing at multiples of the last term?
because with one like 6sin^2x+sinx-1 I get (6sinx-1)(sinx+1)
and its supposed to be(2sinx-1)(3sinx-1)
Im confused with factoring these, could I have some help please.