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posted by renee .
what is the solution set (in terms of pi) of the equation sin2tcos^2t=1=sin^2t+sint in the interval 0<t<2pi

Do you really mean:
sin(2t)cos²(t)=1=sin²(t)+sin(t)
Also, this is equivalent to two equations.
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