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comment Solving Trigonometric Equation
You're right, it is clear now. I was hoping for a solution that would suffice in a more general case, solving for equations with sin(2t) and cos(t) where t=0 is not a solution. I take the fault here as I should have reworded my question to the more general case.
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Apr
21
comment Solving Trigonometric Equation
The simplified form you have posted is identical to the simplified form I have posted had I factored 0.8 from the RS. Therefore I am still stuck at this point.
Apr
21
comment Solving Trigonometric Equation
I don't see how to factor the original with 3 terms, one being sin(2t), one being cos(t) and one being a constant
Apr
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Apr
10
comment Simple combination question
I understand. Then is my first approach the most organized, or efficient way to go about this (without using generating functions, of course)
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