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Wolfram Alpha's Mysterious Trig Abilities [closed]
This is a very straight-forward question: I'm trying to simplify [sin(2pi*t +pi/4) + sin(2pi*t -pi/4)], and failing at it: ...
Feb 27 '13 at 3:47
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