Posted by **123university** on Tuesday, January 5, 2010 at 9:37pm.

solve the first equation in each pair of equations or y and /or z. Then use the same strategy to solve the second equation for x in the interval 0<= x<= 2pie.

y^2= 1/3, tan^2x = 1/3

yz= y, tan x sec x = tanx

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