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    http://pmt.physicsandmathstutor.com/...ercise%202.pdf

    For the graph drawn, there are six intersection points. But in the final answer, it shows that there are only 4 solutions.

    I understand how to get those 4 solutions, but what about the x = 1.57 and x = -1.57 radians? Shouldn't this be included in the final answer?
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    (Original post by HumzaAhmed)
    http://pmt.physicsandmathstutor.com/...ercise%202.pdf

    For the graph drawn, there are six intersection points. But in the final answer, it shows that there are only 4 solutions.

    I understand how to get those 4 solutions, but what about the x = 1.57 and x = -1.57 radians? Shouldn't this be included in the final answer?
    can you tell us which page the question is on ?
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    can you tell us which page the question is on ?
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    they have not put all 6 answers together at the end, but they do want all 6.
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    they have not put all 6 answers together at the end, but they do want all 6.
    In the Edexcel textbook for C3, they also only give those 4 solutions. The textbook only shows answers. So that is most likely why solution bank got it wrong too.
 
 
 
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