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Unformatted text preview: 8. (my creation ) So for this one, you have to remember that °±? ²³ 2 = 1 − ´?µ 2 ∗¶³ 2 ??µ ( ² )^2 = 1+ ´?µ 2 ∗¶³ 2 . So let’s play with this and the functions to see if their sum could be equal to 0. − µ±? ²³ 2 + ´?µ ²³ 2 ³ + 1 + 1 − ´?µ 2 ∗ ¶³ 2 − 1 2 + cos 2 ²³ 2 = 0 Which is equivalent to − µ±? ²³ 2 + ´?µ ²³ 2 ³ + 1 + µ±? ²³ 2 − 1 2 + cos 2 ²³ 2 = 0 ∗ sin ²³ 2 + 1 ∗ ´?µ ²³ 2 ³ + 1 2 ∗ 1 + · 1 2 ¸ ∗ cos (2 ² ) = 0 ¹ ∗ sin ²³ 2 + º ∗ ´?µ ²³ 2 ³ + ? ∗ 1 + ? ∗ cos (2 ² ) = 0 With A=0, B=1, C=1/2 and D=1/2 SO (f,g,h,u) are linearly dependent ....
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 Fall '09
 SidneyTrudeau
 Math, Equivalence relation, Equals sign, zip file, Assgt SK

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