Mark M. answered • 05/02/18

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sin

^{2}xπ/6 + sin xπ/6 = 0sin xπ/6 (sin xπ/6 + 1) = 0

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asked • 05/02/18I need to figure out the type of steps and best procedure to tackle this problem, any advice would help. This problem is from pre-calculus and more specifically from Solving Fundamental Identities.

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Mark M. answered • 05/02/18

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sin^{2} xπ/6 + sin xπ/6 = 0

sin xπ/6 (sin xπ/6 + 1) = 0

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