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Homework Help: Math (Calc)

Posted by Bryan on Sunday, December 9, 2007 at 4:33pm.

Find all solutions to the following equation on the interval 0<=x<=2PI

8cos^2(X)sin^2(X) + 2cos^2(X) - 3 = 0

There are 8 solutions.

If somebody could show me how to do it and not give me the answers, that would be great.

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