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Solve.√(2)sec(x)+tan(x)=1 0≤x≤360

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  1. √2 + sin = cos
    cos - sin = √2
    cos^2 - 2sin*cos + sin^2 = 2
    -2sin*cos = 1
    sin(2x) = -1/2

    I guess you can take it from there, right? Watch out for spurious solutions (where cos-sin = -√2)

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