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How do I work with Root objects?
I want to solve the trigonometric equation : $$(3-\cos 4x )\cdot (\sin x - \cos x ) = 2.$$ I tried
Solve[(3 - Cos[4*x])*(Sin[x] - Cos[x]) == 2, x]
It returns the ...
Oct 28 '12 at 0:01
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