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FindA if (2sinA\2)squared=2

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  2. assuming you mean

    (2 sin(A/2))^2 = 2
    4 sin^2(A/2) = 2
    sin^2(A/2) = 1/2
    sin(A/2) = ±1/√2

    Now just find all the angles that fit that.

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