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Trigonometric equation problem...Hi is And 2) The general solution for is Now my question is, in an equation like ,which way should I select i.e.. its in both the forms and in that case we rewrite the equation Thanks Last edited by debjit625 (20130723 21:22:56) Debjit Roy ___________________________________________________ The essence of mathematics lies in its freedom  Georg Cantor #2 20130723 22:11:39
Re: Trigonometric equation problem...hi debjit625 You cannot teach a man anything; you can only help him find it within himself..........Galileo Galilei #3 20130723 23:33:50
Re: Trigonometric equation problem...Hi bob And when I solve the equation as my answer is or . Now which one is correct ,are both correct? Now putting the different values for "n" we can get the value for theta and put it in the equation and check,but I did just a couple and I know if I can graph it it will show but which application to use for this kind of job I dont know. Thanks Last edited by debjit625 (20130723 23:35:10) Debjit Roy ___________________________________________________ The essence of mathematics lies in its freedom  Georg Cantor #4 20130724 00:53:13
Re: Trigonometric equation problem...hi The divide by 6 must be inside the bracket or you will be dividing an integer n by 6 and not necessarily getting a multiple of pi is good. For the other I had but your answer of comes to the same as 1/3 plus 2/3 makes an integer ... just a different value of n is required to make my answers into yours. This is how I did it: Basic solutions are so general solutions: so general solution for theta I then just tidied up the algebra a bit. Bob You cannot teach a man anything; you can only help him find it within himself..........Galileo Galilei 