Find the general solution of sin (3x) + sin (x) = 0. The textbook says the answer is (pi*n)/2 but I can’t seem to get it. Please help?
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Originally Posted by xwrathbringerx Find the general solution of sin (3x) + sin (x) = 0. The textbook says the answer is (pi*n)/2 but I can’t seem to get it. Please help? A simple approach: . Case 1: where n is an integer. Case 2: . The solutions here are a subset of those in Case 1.
hmmmm can x = (pi*n)/(3+(-1)^n)?
yeah it can be I think
Originally Posted by xwrathbringerx hmmmm can x = (pi*n)/(3+(-1)^n)? This is a complicated way of saying where n is an integer.
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