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You cannot prove that sqrt(3)/2 = 0 because it is simply not true!

The solution to the equation is theta (or, tita as you like to call it) = pi/6c or 30 degrees.

The cosine of that angle is sqrt(3)/2 but that is NOT the same as it being 0.

Q: If 4 sin tita -4 cos square tita plus 1 equals 0 then prove that root3 upon 2 equals 0?

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4 plus sqrt(3) = approx 5.73205

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Because there is no way to define the divisors, the equations cannot be evaluated.

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You can't it equals 2. You can't it equals 2.

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Because there is no way to define the divisors, the equations cannot be evaluated.

2 + tansquareA + cossquareA