I know that $$ {\tan}^2\theta = {\tan}\theta \cdot {\tan}\theta $$ So I guess the superscript on a trigonometric function is just like a normal superscript: $$ {\tan}^x\theta = {({\tan}\theta)}^{x} $$ Then why isn’t this true? $$ {\tan}^{-1}\theta = \dfrac{1}{{\tan}\theta} $$

let $\psi:[0,1]\times \{0,1\} \rightarrow [0,1]$ be defined by: $$ \psi(x,\beta) = \beta \cos x + (1-\beta) \sin x $$ define $B_n$ as the set of $2^n$ binary strings $b=b_0b_1\dots b_{n-1}$ where each $b_j$ is a $0$ or a $1$. now, for a given $b \in B_n$ we define a set of $n$ functions: $\psi_{b,k}:[0,1] \rightarrow […]

Here, it is claimed that $$\tan A\tan B=\tan C\tan D$$ if one of the four following conditions holds $$\displaystyle A\pm B=C\pm D$$ If it is true, how to prove this? $\tan(x\pm y)$ did not help much. I am expecting some relation among $A,B,C,D$

Find all real number $n$ such that $|\frac{\sin(nx)}{n\sin(x)}|\le1\forall x\in\mathbb{R}-\{\pi k: k\in\mathbb{Z}\}$.

The following equation holds: \begin{align} & \frac{9}{2}\pi \\[8pt] & = x \\[8pt] & {}+\cos (x) \\[8pt] & {}+\cos (x+\cos (x)) \\[8pt] & {}+\cos (x+\cos (x)+\cos (x+\cos (x))) \\[8pt] & {}+\cos (x+\cos (x)+\cos (x+\cos (x))+\cos (x+\cos (x)+\cos (x+\cos (x)))) \\[8pt] & {}+\cos (x+\cos (x)+\cos (x+\cos (x))+\cos (x+\cos (x)+\cos (x+\cos (x)))+\cos (x+\cos (x)+\cos (x+\cos (x))+\cos (x+\cos (x)+\cos […]

I am wondering if the following statement is true for $\theta\in\left(-\frac{\pi}{2},\frac{\pi}{2}\right)$ and $x,y\in\mathbb{R}$: $$\tan^{-1}\left(\frac{\sin(\theta)+x}{\cos(\theta)+y}\right)\leq\theta+x\cos(\theta)-y\sin(\theta)+c(x^2+y^2),$$ where $c\geq2$ is a constant (though an answer showing that constant $c$ exists without quantifying what it is would be good enough). I’ve plotted the difference between RHS and LHS for multiple values of $\theta$ and the inequality seems to hold. […]

I attempted to integrate $\cot x$ by parts by taking $u$ as $\csc x$ and $\dfrac{dv}{dx}$ as $\sin x$. Then: $$\int \cot x\,dx = \int \csc x \cos x\,dx \\ = \sin x \csc x – \int- \sin x \csc x \cot x \, dx \\ = \frac{\sin x}{\sin x} + \int \frac{\sin x}{\sin x}\cot […]

I’ve been reading about the proof of $\sin 45^\circ=\dfrac{1}{\sqrt 2}$ in my book. They did it as following, let $\triangle ABC$ be an isosceles triangle as shown, Since the triangle is isosceles with base and perpendicular equal the opposite angle $\angle C$ and $\angle B$ must be equal. Putting $\angle A=90^\circ$ and using $\angle A […]

$$\sin x+1=\cos x,\quad x\in[-\pi,\pi]$$ How do you solve by squaring both sides? the solution is $x\in\{-\pi/2,0\}$ so the solutions $\pi$ and $-\pi$ are inadmissible, I do not understand how by subbing $-\pi$ back into both sides of the equations makes them unequal, and the same for positive $\pi$. Which equation are you subbing $\pi$ into […]

I have two waves interfering with different amplitudes, frequencies and phases. $$ x(t) = X_1 \sin(\omega_1 t+\varphi_1) + X_2 \sin(\omega_2 t+\varphi_2) $$ I am able to convert this wave into the form $$ x(t) = A \cos(\delta t) \cos(\sigma t) + B \cos(\delta t) \sin(\sigma t) + C \sin(\delta t)\cos(\sigma t) + D \sin(\delta t)\sin(\sigma […]

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