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How do we know that cos(n*pi) = (1)^n and what is sin(n*pi) equal to?
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How do we know that cos(n*pi) = (1)^n and what is sin(n*pi) equal to?
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when n is even the cosine function is at positive 1, likewise when n is even 1^n is also positive 1
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the sine(n pi) function is zero for any integer n
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