Suppose

  sin x = ½

So, x = 30°

i.e. x = π/6

 

Principal solutions are those solutions where

  0 ≤ x ≤ 2π

 

General solutions are those solutions where

  x can be of any value

 

Let’s learn how to find general and principal solutions

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Suppose sin x = So, x = 30 i.e. x = /6 Principal solutions are those solutions where 0 x 2 General solutions are those solutions where x can be of any value Let s learn how to find general and principal solutions

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