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(sinx)^2+cosx +1 = 0 , domain: [0,2pi)
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1  (cosx)^2 + cosx + 1 = 0
cos^2  cos  2 = 0
(cosx  2)(cosx + 1) = 0
cosx no puede ser 2
cosx = 1
x = pi
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