(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 1. Show that the function F(x)=(sin(Nx)^2)/(sin(x)^2) has N-2 local maxima in the interval 0<x<pi

2. Relevant equations

3. I am stuck after i have calculated the derivate, (2Nsin(Nx)cos(Nx)sin(x)^2-2sin(x)cos(x)sin(Nx)^2)/sin(x)^4 = 0

I am not sure how to simplify this equation, so far I have found 2N-1 local maximum and minimum, which is not correct. Please give me some hints.

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# Homework Help: Finding local maximum

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