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  • 5 years ago

If possible, find a solution to sin(theta) = 3/4. If no solution exists, enter NONE.

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  1. anonymous
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    try drawing the graph of sine first, just to visualize this

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    so, first, do you think a solution exists?

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    what are the max and min values of sine?

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    1 and -1

  5. anonymous
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    all right, cool, and sine is a continuous function

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    so it can be any values between and including [-1,1]

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    okay I get it now thanks

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    ok, yeah, this wants the angle, probably in radians, such that the sine of that angle is 3/4

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