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Find the exact value of sin75degrees using sum identity of sine

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    sin 75
    = sin(45 + 30)
    = sin45cos30 + cos45sin30
    = (√2/2)(√3/2) + (√2/2)(1/2)
    = (√6 + √2)/4

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