[to solve trig equations, we must find x values which satisfy the equation and are within the stated domain - usually 2pi]

So really sorry everyone, but this blog has a very small width, so I wrote my blog on Word. Click images to enlarge them!

Okay, the next example is REALLY important to pay attention to (helpful on # 9,10,12 in hmwk).

This final example was taught in class by Ms. Burchat and I feel it’s really important to go through for future questions (even though it isn’t needed in Part 1 of 5.4 homework).

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