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  1. Quidditch

    for the problem:
    sin(x) * cos(x) = 0
    What values of x will result in cos(x)=0 or sin(x)=0?
    Hint: in the domain of 0<=x<(2*pi), there are 4 values.

  2. Anonymous

    simplify the trigonometric expression.

    1 1
    --- = ---
    1+sin 1-sin

    someone please helpp meee!!

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