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**22**.5) =-sin(**22**.5) Using the half-angle identity sin^2(**22**.5) = (1-cos(45))/2 = (1-(1/sqrt(2)))/2 = (sqrt(2)-1)/2sqrt(2) = (2-sqrt(2))/4 = sin(-**22**.5) = -(1/2)sqrt(2-sqrt(2))1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 04/11/2008

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here's the rule you need: log(m^n) = n · log(m) log(7^x) =log( 22 ) -> x · log(7) = log( 22 ) x · log(7)/log(7) = log( 22 )/log(7) x = log( 22 )/log(7)

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...and Tan 45° = Tan (2* 22 .5°) Therefore 1 = Tan (2* 22 .5°). Using the double angle formula for tangent, which is Tan 2x = (2Tanx)/(1...

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Assume that you have a segment of length 1 and a segment of length sin(pi/

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