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A solution set of the equation 5sin(theta) +3=3 contains all multiples of... i know that the answer is 180, but im not sure how to get it

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5sinx +3 =3 5sinx = 0 sinx = 0 do you know about the sin wave?
yea, starts at 0 and goes down
why does this have to do with the sin wave

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this is sin wave.. look at which angles the value of sin is 0?
im lost
isn't that cos wave?
hmm at what part.. just look at the curve.. just on x=axis line on which angle the value is 0?
nop.. its not cos.. its sin.
ohhhh 180
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and 360
yes and at 0 angle too.
yea 0 as well, so what does that mean
well all 3 are possibilities.. and it depends on the range in question.. if not stated then all 3 can be answer.
there are choices, 90, 135, 45, and 180, so its 180 right?
yes 180 then.
thanks!

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