Posted by **mike** on Sunday, May 3, 2009 at 8:01pm.

how would you find the angle to (3)^.5sin(2x)-2cos(2x)+2sin^2(x)=1

I know that you have to use the trig identities but then when i substitue the sin and cos(2x) in i don't know what to do. please help

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