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If sins + cosx = √(y+1/y), x[0,6π], y>0, then, A) x=π/4. B) x=5π/4. C)x=9π/4. D)13π/8.

If sins + cosx = √(y+1/y), x[0,6π], y>0, then,
A) x=π/4. B) x=5π/4. C)x=9π/4.  D)13π/8.

Grade:10

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Deepak Kumar Shringi
askIITians Faculty 4405 Points
3 years ago
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