Solve for x (show steps taken for best and first rating):

24sin(x) - 12cos(x) = 5

24sin(x) - 12cos(x) = 5

Donna Flynn
2022-07-26
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Solve for x (show steps taken for best and first rating):

24sin(x) - 12cos(x) = 5

24sin(x) - 12cos(x) = 5

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