I have the following trigonometric equation:
$$2\sin(\alpha - 45)\sin(2\alpha) = \sin(\alpha + 45)\sin(\alpha)$$
Is it possible to find $\alpha$?
Please also include each step in your solution.
EDIT: Sorry if I haven't mentioned- yes, it is a solution I reached to as a part of an assignment I was given (school). All I wish to know if I can pull $\alpha$ from what I found.
Thanks in advance.