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freewilly922
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write down what sin(a+b) and cos(a+b) to see if either pattern fits. If one does you should be able to reverse that trig identity back to one trig function one angle.
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sin(a+b)=sinaxcosb +cosaxsinb
using this formula to solve the problem
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sara1234
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can you please type it out i dont understand it
sunnymony
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hey plz check the question?
sara1234
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umm why?
sunnymony
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becoz the question is wrong
sara1234
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noo
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u know this answer
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noooooooooooooo
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use 6 in place of 7. use this no. to check the question