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Homework Help: Trigonometric

Posted by Trigonometric Functions on Saturday, March 16, 2013 at 8:47am.

What is the maximum integer value of n, where n<120, that satisfies the following inequalities: sin(π/2+nπ/60)<0 and tan(π−nπ/60)<0?

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