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If sinA=1/3, sinB=1/4 find sin(A+B), where A and B are acute


3 years ago

Arun
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							As we knowIf sinA = 1/3Then cos A = $\sqrt$8/3NowIf sinB = ¼Then cos B =$\sqrt$15/4HenceSin(A+B) = sinA cosB + cos A sinBNow put the valuesSin(A+B) = $\sqrt$15/12 + $\sqrt$8/12

3 years ago
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