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Michael Clay

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Solving an equation with sinus in it
Posted: Oct 24, 2012 5:20 AM
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Good morning everyone,

I'm working on an equation like :

a.sin(x(1+k))+b.sin(x(1-k))-c.sin(x) = 0

where x is the variable and the others one (a,b,c,k) are constant.

I tried to solve it using euler's equation for sin(x) = (e(ix)-e(-ix))/2i but I'm in a dead end.
Anyone can help me ?
Thank you.



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