Math trigonometry

posted by Sneha reddy

8sin^2theta+10 sin theta cos theta =3cos^2 theta=0 then general solution for theta is

1. Steve

Assuming you meant

8sin^2θ+10 sinθ cosθ+3cos^2θ = 0
(2sinθ+cosθ)(4sinθ+3cosθ) = 0

see what you can do with that.

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