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Potential Poppers 6.3 Note that if the problem is from the exercises, the problem number is in parenthesis. Is 3 a solution to sin 3 x - 4sin 2 x - 2 sin x = 3 ? 2 tan x = -1 csc x = -2 2 sin 2 x - 5sin x - 3 = 0 cos2 x = 2 cos x - 1 (3) (7c) (12c) (15c) (17c) Find <a href="/keyword/all-solutions/" >all solutions</a> : Find <a href="/keyword/all-solutions/" >all solutions</a> : Find <a href="/keyword/all-solutions/" >all solutions</a> : Find <a href="/keyword/all-solutions/" >all solutions</a> : Find <a href="/keyword/all-solutions/" >all solutions</a> in [0 , 360 ) 2 sin 2 x = sin x (29) Find <a href="/keyword/all-solutions/" >all solutions</a> in [0 , 360 ) 2 cos3 x = -3cos2 x - cos x Find <a href="/keyword/all-solutions/" >all solutions</a> in [0, 2 ) 6 cos 2 x - 13sin x - 11 = ...

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