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sin(x)+2sin(x)cos(x)=0

Correct me if im wrong but you can only solve this if the equation consists of all sin(x) or all cos(x). I realize that 2sinAcosA = sin2A but im in section 1 which is "simple trigonometric equations" and section 2 is "using identities in trigonometric equations" so I dont see why they would put a problem that uses identities in sections 1.

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# Homework Help: Basic trig question

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