I need to find al the values of theta in radians with -2pi<theta<2pi such that sin=0.5. The homework is due by midnight tonight
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-2pi < x < 2pi

sin(x) = 1/2

x = pi/6, 5pi/6, -11pi/6, -7pi/6
answered Sep 24, 2011 by anonymous

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