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I have to find an exact solutions on the interval [0,pi) for both of these problems--
1) 2sin2x = sqrtx and
2) 1-2sqrt2 sinxcosx = 0

I know this much:
1) sin2x = (sqrt x)/2
= 2sinxcosx = (sqrt x)/2
What do I need to do next?

2) 1/(2 sqrt2) = sinxcosx
= (sqrt2)/4 = sinxcosx
= 2(sqrt2)/4 = 2sincosx
= (sqrt2)/2 = sin2x
And what do I do next?


2) 1/(2 sqrt2) = sinxcosx
= (sqrt2)/4 = sinxcosx
= 2(sqrt2)/4 = 2sincosx
= (sqrt2)/2 = sin2x
And what do I do next?
sin2x= .707
2X= 45 principle angle, 135 second
solve for x
I didn't check your math above.

1) sin2x=1/2 * sqrt(x) my mind is running a blank on this one. If I can see the solution, I will repost.

I still don't understand- What did you mean by 135 second?

the sin of 45 is the same as is symettrical about the 90 degree point.

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