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`        Let a=sin7+cos7,b=√sin7+√cos7,c=√1+sin14,d=1 then decreasing order of value is `
11 months ago

Arun
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```							Dear student a = sin 7 + cos7b = sqrt(sin7) + sqrt (cos 7)c = sqrt (1 + sin 14) = sqrt ( sin² 7 + cos² 7 + 2sin 7 cos7) = |sin 7 + cos 7| = sin 7 + cos7d = 1 Hence  b > a = c > d
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11 months ago
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