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posted by Pam .
Solve the trigonometric equation 3sinθ=1.2 for 0≤θ≤4π

3sin = 1.2
sinØ = .4
(set your calculator to RAD)
Ø = .41152 or π.41152 which is 2.73008
but you wanted from 0 to 4π
so add a period , or 2π, to each of the above answers
Ø = .41152 , 2.73008 , .6947, and 9.01326
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