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find the solutions of the equation that are in the interval [0,2pi)

(a) sin2t+sint=0

(b)cost-sin2t=0

change the double angles to single angles.

sin2t+sint=0
2sint*cost+sint=0
sint(2cost+1)=0
and solve.

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