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choob
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those above steps imo are unnecessary, all i need to know is how to solve 4/3(sin theta)=theta, thanks in advance!
choob is actually right, you have to do something like copying and pasting the URL instead of just following the link. The site is probably trying to prevent direct linking.The link you gave is broken, so I don't know what you meant to show me. In any case, what I said in post 2 still applies.
If it's 4/3 * sin(theta) = theta you can find one pretty obvious solution.
i tried using maclaurin's series and i manage to work out with the answer of 1.28 but i guess it is rather tedious.
Well you could use the Newton-Raphson iterative method and find an approximation.