anonymous
  • anonymous
Find the values of x for which the equation cos x = –1 is true. Let k represent an integer.
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jkasdhk
  • jkasdhk
x = (cos)^-1 (-1)
anonymous
  • anonymous
these are the answer choices 2pik pi/2 + 2k pi + 2pik 3pi/2+ 2pik
jkasdhk
  • jkasdhk
isn't there k in the equation? which we're supposing as an integer?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
i have no idea. i don't even know where to begin :(
jkasdhk
  • jkasdhk
hold on.. and check the question again if it is the same u've written?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Find the values of x for which the equation cos x = –1 is true. Let k represent an integer.
jkasdhk
  • jkasdhk
I'm gonna go now, will tell u after solving..
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks
jkasdhk
  • jkasdhk
Well when is cosx = -1 the first time in the circle? At π (because x=180 degrees)... right? So now when does it occur again, well it doesnt happen again until we go around in a full circle. So another 2π and this will happen indefinitely for any integer k. So the answer is: π + 2πk

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