Find, correct to 1 decimal place, the two smallest positive values of θ which staisfy, sin θ °=0.1
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`sin theta = 0.1`
To solve to `theta` , take the arc sine of 0.1.
`theta = sin^(-1) 0.1`
`theta=5.7391704...`
And if we round it off to one decimal place, the value of `theta` becomes
`theta = 5.7^o`
since the...
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