how would you solve sin2x=0.5?

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sin(2x)=.5 2x=arcsin(.5) x = arcsin(.5)/2
No but without a calculator?
That is without a calculator.

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but how would you find the arcsin of .5/2?
the actual number... i would use newton approximation
lol. im only in precal -_- sorry i dont know about that
sin(30) = 1/2 30 = 2x x = 60
x also = 120
....make that 15 lol
and 180-15
sin(x)=1/2 x = pi/6 sin(2x)=.5 x = pi/3
pi/12, sorry
wait wait wait hold on. Wouldnt x=15. Since sin of 30=.5? And sin of 2(15)=.5?
In degrees it would be 15, in radians, pi/12
ahhhhhh. oh ok. See now i know what im doing. bcuz at first i didnt even understand what the problem was asking me to find out.
Thank you thank you. :)

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