sqrt 3 tan(x/2) -1 = 0, solve the given trigonmetric explanation...
I got: (pie) / 12 + 2n(pie)
and : 7(pie) / 12 + 2n(pie)
Can anyone confirm this? Thanks!
zippeh wrote:sqrt 3 tan(x/2) -1 = 0, solve the given trigonmetric explanation...
I got: (pie) / 12 + 2n(pie)
and : 7(pie) / 12 + 2n(pie)
Can anyone confirm this? Thanks!
zippeh wrote:sqrt 3 tan(x/2) -1 = 0, solve the given trigonmetric explanation...