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1)p^2/p^21
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2) p^21/p^2+1
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dw:1354457852954:dw
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3) p^2+1/p^21
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4)p/p^2+1
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dw:1354458077977:dw
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@amruta1997 you just have a quadratic equation in sin(x) left to solve  where are you stuck with this?
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u tell me the option
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its very difficult for me
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you need to take at least "some part" in working towards the solution. Otherwise what is the point of posting the question if we do all the work for you?
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if you need help in how to solve quadratic equations then I suggest you review this site: http://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/quadraticequation.html
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