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How do you use the trigonometic quantant to find the solutions in the range of -180<0<180 degrees :/
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8 years ago
#2
(Original post by Nkhan)
How do you use the trigonometic quantant to find the solutions in the range of -180<0<180 degrees :/

I believe it is best for u to sketch a graph and use the symmetry to work out all the values in that range.
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#3
(Original post by wizz_kid)
I believe it is best for u to sketch a graph and use the symmetry to work out all the values in that range.
Ohh cant it be done using the quadrant thing? :/
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8 years ago
#4

Draw the angle relative to the x axis. See how many solutions there are in the given range. I'm sorry if this is vague but I can't really explain this over text.

Try drawing a graph too.
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8 years ago
#5
(Original post by Nkhan)
Ohh cant it be done using the quadrant thing? :/
It can but most people find using graphs much easier.
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#6
(Original post by limetang)
It can but most people find using graphs much easier.
I find the graphs more difficult :/
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