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Homework Help: Engineering

Posted by Chris on Sunday, October 30, 2011 at 3:06am.

-From the following two linear homogeneous algebraic equations:(sqr= square root)

(1) B*sin(kl/sqr2) = D*sin(kl)
(2) (k/sqr2)*B*cos(kl/sqr2) = (k)*D*cos(kl)

-Form matrix of these 2 equations and solving the determinant=0 will lead to: (1/sqr2)*cos(kl/sqr2)*sin(kl) - sin(kl/sqr2)*cos(kl)= 0

-How do i solve this?

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