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    Can somebody please explain part b to me. What does it mean by prove that f(theta)=0?? What does it actually want us to prove? How does f(theta)=0? What even is f(theta)?

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    Can somebody please explain part b to me. What does it mean by prove that f(theta)=0?? What does it actually want us to prove? How does f(theta)=0? What even is f(theta)?

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    Find \theta given that the big area = 3 times the small area

    Put that \theta into the function you have been given and the function will = 0





    Though tbh you do not actually need to find \theta you just need to set up the equation that you get from big = 3 x small and there you are


    It may be worth me pointing out that you know what A1+A2 =
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    Find \theta given that the big area = 3 times the small area

    Put that \theta into the function you have been given and the function will = 0





    Though tbh you do not actually need to find \theta you just need to set up the equation that you get from big = 3 x small and there you are


    It may be worth me pointing out that you know what A1+A2 =
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