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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?

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    yea, starts at 0 and goes down

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    why does this have to do with the sin wave

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    |dw:1353003868370:dw|

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    this is sin wave.. look at which angles the value of sin is 0?

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    im lost

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    isn't that cos wave?

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    hmm at what part.. just look at the curve.. just on x=axis line on which angle the value is 0?

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    nop.. its not cos.. its sin.

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    ohhhh 180

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    |dw:1353004137130:dw| this one is cos

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    and 360

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    yes and at 0 angle too.

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    yea 0 as well, so what does that mean

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    well all 3 are possibilities.. and it depends on the range in question.. if not stated then all 3 can be answer.

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    there are choices, 90, 135, 45, and 180, so its 180 right?

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    yes 180 then.

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    thanks!

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