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How do you find the intersection of a trigonometric interval and another interval? For example, intersection of x lying in the interval [-4,4] and x lying in the interval [kpi-pi/4,kpi+pi/4], where k is an integer.

How do you find the intersection of a trigonometric interval and another interval? For example, intersection of x lying in the interval [-4,4] and x lying in the interval [kpi-pi/4,kpi+pi/4], where k is an integer.

Grade:11

1 Answers

Yadvendra singh
35 Points
6 years ago
put the value of pi=3.14 approx . so you will get [k*3.14-3.14/4 , k*3.14+3.14/4] .do upvote and like if you like my ans.

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