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Solve for x: (cos^2)x - sinx = 5(sin^2)x, 0<=x<=360 and sinx>0

solve for x: (cos^2)x - sinx = 5(sin^2)x, 0
Question asked by: monwanat

Asked on: 16 Feb 2011

No idea other than to plug in every number and see if you can find the answer lol
By: knowitall
Replied at: 06 Mar 2011
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