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$y=2\frac{\sin b-\sin a}{\sin c-\sin a}$, where

$a=q(n+0)$

$b=q(n+1)$

$c=q(n+2)$

$q=\frac{2 \pi f}{s}$

Is it possible to extract $n$ from this formula? I already try this on WolframAlpha but I do not know what is C1 and C2 variable

wolfram link - corrected

wolframalpha solution - corrected

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  • $\begingroup$ From what I understood reading your Wolfram link, $c_1$ and $c_2$ can be any integer (they appear on the first steps of the step by step solution). $\endgroup$ – Ertxiem Apr 16 at 13:53
  • $\begingroup$ In my wolfram equation was a little error instead of x+3 should be x+2 and now solution is other and there is sqrt(y-1) but it is impossible to compute because y<=1. Any solutions how to fix it? $\endgroup$ – Dobijasek Apr 16 at 14:54

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