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solve the equation 4cos^2x-1=0

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    4c0s^2x - 1 = 0.
    4cos^2x = 1,
    Divide both sids by 4:
    cos^2x = 0.25,
    Take sqrt of both sides:
    cosx = 0.5,
    X = 60 deg.

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