31 Mar '08 03:512 edits

How is the following equation solved

2 sin(2t) - sqrt(2)tan(2t) = 0

I come up with cost = sqrt(2)/4 & sint = sqrt(14)/4

I think I'm wrong?

If i am right , how do you derrive the t values for [0, 2pi]

2 sin(2t) - sqrt(2)tan(2t) = 0

I come up with cost = sqrt(2)/4 & sint = sqrt(14)/4

I think I'm wrong?

If i am right , how do you derrive the t values for [0, 2pi]