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6-6sin(theta)=4cos^2(theta) Solve for interval(s). I ve gotten pi/2, but am clueless on how to solve the equation.?

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  • 6-6sin(theta)=4cos^2(theta) Solve for interval(s). I ve gotten pi/2, but am clueless on how to solve the equation.?


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... forward equation ... =4cos^2(theta) Solve for interval(s). I ve gotten pi/2, but am clueless on how to solve the equation
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