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msingh Group Title

plse solve this

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  1. ajprincess Group Title
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    \[\theta=\cos^{-1}\frac{-\sqrt3}{2}\] \[\cos\theta=\frac{-\sqrt3}{2}\] So vat is the value of \(\theta\)? @msingh

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    cos60=1/2

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    well ya. but there is another value.

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    -cos30

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    why do you need to find theta? It's just cos(A+B)

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    hw abt 5pi/6?

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    i mean cos(5pi/6)

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    okay

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    \[\cos(\frac{5\pi}{6}+\frac{\pi}{4})=?\]

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    nw as @apple_pi mentioned u can use \(\cos(A+B)=\cos A\cos B-\sin A\sin B\).

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    @ajprincess why did you find theta? You could just leave it as acos(...), then cos(acos(...)) would cancel and then use pythagorus to find sin(acos(...))

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    well i found it easy to find theta first nd then do..:)

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    ok whatever suits you :p

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    @ajprincess can u plse tell me exact answer

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    Well i am really sorry. I am nt supposed to give direct answers. pls check the code of conduct

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    |dw:1367584877456:dw|

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    plug in the values nd simplify

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    yes, after this, i m getting cos(5pi/6)-sin(5pi/6)

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    what is cos(pi/4)?

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    oh again i did wroong i place 1 as it is 1/ root2

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    what are cos(5pi/6),sin(pi/4) and sin(5pi/6)?

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    -root3/2 1/root2 root3/2

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    first two values are right. chck the last one

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    - root 3/2

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    nope. sin150=1/2.

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    okay

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    150=5pi/6

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    nw plug in those values and simplify

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    okay

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    i got (1/2root2)*(-root3-1)

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    yup right:)

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    @ajprincess thank you

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    welcome:)

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