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prove that: sin 2 (n + 1)A - sin 2 nA = sin(2n + 1)A.sinA

prove that:


sin2(n + 1)A - sin2nA = sin(2n + 1)A.sinA

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vikas askiitian expert
509 Points
12 years ago

sin2(n+1)A - sin2nA = sin(2n+1)A.sinA

we have formula sin2a - sin2b =sin(a-b)sin(a+b)

therefore

                 sin2(n+1)A - sin2nA=sin[(n+1)A+nA].sin[(n+1)A-nA]

                                            =sin(2n+1)A.sinA =RHS

hence proved

madhu voleti
44 Points
12 years ago

sin^2(n + 1)A - sin^2nA = sin(2n + 1)A.sinA
Solution:-
    L.H.S:-sin^2(n + 1)A - sin^2nA =
        Sin[(n+1)A+nA].Sin[(n+1)A-nA]        ["a^2-b^2=(a+b)(a-b)"]
        =Sin[nA+A+nA].Sin[nA+A-nA]
        =Sin[A(n+1+n)].SinA
        =Sin(2n+1)A.SinA=R.H.S

 

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