What is the algebraic method to get from X = (pi)/4 + 2(pi)K into this form => X = (pi)/4 + (pi)/2K ? These are the general equations for all solutions to this original equation: 6 sin^2 X-3=0 , I can understand how to get the general equation graphically can someone show me how to get from the first general equation to the second general equation which is the correct version?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Help with Trigonometry equation

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