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Use the Quadratic Formula to solve the equation in the interval [0,2pi). Then use a graphing utility to approximate the angle x.
(1) 5/(tanx+secx)
(2) 4cos^2x4cosx1=0
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1) is not an equation
2)
cosx= (4+sqrt(164*(4)(1))/8= you do it
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