Science:Math Exam Resources/Courses/MATH110/December 2012/Question 07 (b)
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Question 07 (b) 

Let . Find all values of satisfying the equation in the interval . Justify your answer. 
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Hint 

Solving the equation will be similar to the previous question  you'll want to know the values of and at certain angles. However the answer will be different from before  how is this equation different than the previous equation? 
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Solution 

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Please rate my easiness! It's quick and helps everyone guide their studies. This question is similar to the previous one, except we are using the derivative:
Setting this equal to zero and moving a term over gives (or ) This means that and must have equal values but opposite signs. On the unit circle, corresponds to xvalues and corresponds to yvalues, so the opposite signs place us in quadrant II of the coordinate plane (the restriction of rules out quadrant IV). The angle where the values of and are equal in this quadrant is , so . 