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How do you get the second x on each solution
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can you help?
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\[\sin(x) = \sin(\pi  x)\] You just have to get about a thousand relationships stuck in your head! This is why we do so much of the very odd behavior known as "Prove the Identity". It helps you gain familiarity.
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thank you that helps a lot
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