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5.3.3

Can you please help me with this problem? Thanks.

cos x/2 = -(sqrt3)/2

Dear John,

First use the Pythagorean identity to determine the value of sinēθ.

Then use the Double-angle formula to determine cosθ and take the inverse to find θ, which has two values.

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