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I took linear algear algebra last semster and am currently taking statics. I want to know if I can use some of the techniques I learned in linear algebra to solve simtultaneous equations which involve sine or cosines

For example how can I solve this use linear algebra (In know how to solve by methods of subsition but I would like to learn a method which is faster).

Tcos(60)-20sin(x)=0

Tsin(60)-20-20cos(x)=0

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# Solving simultaneous trigonometric equations

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