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  1. #1 Trigonometric formulas 
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    I do know that if I have an equation like:

    I could write it as:
    (equation 2)
    Now my question is:
    Say that
    How do I know when I'm going to use +v and when I'm going to use (pi)+ v to satisfy equation 2?


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    Quote Originally Posted by thyristor
    I do know that if I have an equation like:

    I could write it as:
    And you have come here to show off that you know one more thing than I do? Come on, find a worthier competitor.


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    What?
    I'm sorry. I haven't finished that post, I'm editing it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thyristor
    What?
    I'm sorry. I haven't finished that post, I'm editing it.
    OK, just kidding.
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