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Which of the following are solutions to (2tanx)/(1 tan^2x) = sqrt(3) more than one avaliable
a. x = (pi/3) + nPI
b. x = (2pi/3) + nPI
c x = (5pi/6) + npi
d. x = (pi/6) + nPI
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Which of the following are solutions to (2tanx)/(1 tan^2x) = sqrt(3) more than one avaliable a. x = (pi/3) + nPI b. x = (2pi/3) + nPI c x = (5pi/6) + npi d. x = (pi/6) + nPI
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jishanBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
because tanx =tany then x=pi n+y
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you can notice that we are given the double angle formula for tan 2x so we can say that \[\tan 2x = \sqrt{3}\] we know that tan is only positive in the first and third quadrant on solving this \[\tan^{1} \sqrt{3} = \frac{ \Pi }{ 3 }\] then the solution will be \[\frac{ \Pi }{ 6 }\]and its nPi multiplies so it will be d.
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AvvaBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
yes doesn't it stated values of n ?
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n pi what are the values of n ?
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AvvaBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
well it should be positive integers multiplies of 30 (pi/6)
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