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- Homework Statement
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- Relevant Equations
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eg ##\cos (\sin x)##
Asking this question out of curiosity.
Asking this question out of curiosity.
I don't see how you're going to be able to get anything simpler than that.Leo Liu said:Homework Statement:: .
Relevant Equations:: .
eg ##\cos (\sin x)##
Asking this question out of curiosity.
Thank you this is the best answer I got :DDelta2 said:If you are interested about the Fourier series of cos(cos x) or cos (sin x) I think they are related to the Bessel functions.
I thought of something like this, as well as a Taylor or Maclaurin series, but none of these seemed like they would serve to simplify the given expression.WWGD said:Or maybe you want something like :
##Cos^2(sinx)+ Sin^2(sinx)=1##
So that ##Cos(sinx)=\sqrt {1-Sin^2(sinx)}##?
An iterated trigonometric expression is a mathematical expression that involves multiple trigonometric functions, such as sine, cosine, and tangent, that are repeated multiple times within the expression.
Simplifying an iterated trigonometric expression can make it easier to understand and work with in further calculations. It can also help to identify patterns and relationships within the expression.
Some common techniques for simplifying an iterated trigonometric expression include using trigonometric identities, factoring, and combining like terms.
No, not all iterated trigonometric expressions can be simplified. Some may already be in their simplest form or may not have any simplification rules that apply to them.
You can check your simplified iterated trigonometric expression by substituting in values for the variables and comparing the result to the original expression. You can also use a calculator or online tool to verify the simplification.