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Find domain of square root of (sin x – 1) Please show steps
Find domain of square root of (sin x – 1) Please show steps


3 years ago

Arun
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							as we know,quantity under square root should be either positive or zero to be definedhence sin x –1 should be positive or zerobut sin x can’t be more than 1.hence it can not be positive but it can be zero where sin x = 1hence only solution for this function to be defined is sin x = 1hence x = (2n + 1)$\pi$/2thus domain = (2n + 1)$\pi$/2 ;  where n = integer

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