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lala2 Group Title

HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    cos(pi theta)=-0.6

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    @phi @timo86m

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    |dw:1368834712766:dw|

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    please someone im very frusterated!

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    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090325212335AAJzidz

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    Im certain, no one is sure what your asking.

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    will someone please help me!

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    it has equal =-0.6

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    your violating the COC boy. here. . .

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    cos(pi theta) = -0.6 Eliminate the cosine from the left hand side. Take the inverse cosine of both sides: pi theta = 2.2143+2 pi n_1 for n_1 element Z or pi theta = 2 pi n_2-2.2143 for n_2 element Z Look at the first equation: Solve for theta. Divide both sides by pi: theta = 0.704833+2 n_1 for n_1 element Z or pi theta = 2 pi n_2-2.2143 for n_2 element Z Look at the second equation: Solve for theta. Divide both sides by pi: theta = 0.704833+2 n_1 for n_1 element Z or theta = 2 n_2-0.704833 for n_2 element Z

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    where did you get this?

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    @geishaology i dont understand this!

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    I did it. I basically explained the equation in full detail lml.

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    whats n_1

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    (n1)

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    what is that

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    look, I will need a medal first, then I will explain more since you dont get it yet.

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    there you go

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    Kay, what exactly dont you understand?

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    what all the n_1 are?

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    @geishaology

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    Its n(sub 1)

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    meaning, the (1) is on the side, below the (n). like the opposite of a squared or cubed.

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    and it always equals (0).

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