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x=2\pi n_{1}+\frac{\pi }{2}<br/>n_{1}\in \mathrm{Z}
$x=2πn_{1}+2π $
$n_{1}∈Z$
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\sin ( x ) = 1
$sin(x)=1$
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Particular integral for x\sin(1x)?
Particular integral for
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Try splitting up \sin(1x) using the difference formula for \sin  \sin(\alpha \pm \beta) = \sin \alpha \cos \beta \pm \cos \alpha \sin \beta \! This should tell you what your particular ...
Try splitting up
$sin(1−x)$
using the difference formula for
$sin$

$sin(α±β)=sinαcosβ±cosαsinβ$
This should tell you what your particular ...
Limits of the solutions to x\sin x = 1
Limits of the solutions to
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Because you are always evaluating the limit, this is an asymptotic expansion of the explicit expression for the solutions. Write x=2\pi n +\epsilon You get \sin \epsilon=\frac{1}{2\pi n +\epsilon} ...
Because you are always evaluating the limit, this is an asymptotic expansion of the explicit expression for the solutions. Write
$x=2πn+ϵ$
You get
$sinϵ=2πn+ϵ1 $
...
How to determine the solution to \sin x = 8 in the complex numbers
How to determine the solution to
$sinx=8$
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Let’s just solve the general \sin x = t and later set t=8. e^{ix}= \cos x + i \sin x e^{ix} = \cos x  i \sin x e^{ix}  e^{ix} = 2i \sin x \sin x = \dfrac{e^{ix}  e^{ix}}{2i} ...
Let’s just solve the general
$sinx=t$
and later set
$t=8.$
$e_{ix}=cosx+isinx$
$e_{−ix}=cosx−isinx$
$e_{ix}−e_{−ix}=2isinx$
$sinx=2ie_{ix}−e_{−ix} $
...
Find the critical points of: y = x + \cos(x)
Find the critical points of:
$y=x+cos(x)$
https://math.stackexchange.com/q/124497
You're essentially there: y = x + \cos(x) = \frac\pi2 + 2\pi k + \cos(\frac\pi2 + 2\pi k) = \frac\pi2 + 2\pi k. There are infinitely many yvalues, one for each k \in \mathbb{Z}.
You're essentially there:
$y=x+cos(x)=2π +2πk+cos(2π +2πk)=2π +2πk$
. There are infinitely many
$y$
values, one for each
$k∈Z$
.
Solve \cos 2x  \sin x = 0 for 0 \le x \le 360
Solve
$cos2x−sinx=0$
for
$0≤x≤360$
https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/1778416/solvecos2xsinx0for0lexle360
From 2 \sin x=1, you should have \sin x=0.5. Sine is positive in the first two quadrants, you should obtain 30^{\circ} and 150^{\circ} as your solution as well.
From
$2sinx=1$
, you should have
$sinx=0.5$
. Sine is positive in the first two quadrants, you should obtain
$30_{∘}$
and
$150_{∘}$
as your solution as well.
Trigonometric function solutions within an interval
Trigonometric function solutions within an interval
https://math.stackexchange.com/q/1005511
YOU are right. I cannot find any errors.
YOU are right. I cannot find any errors.
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