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**1. Homework Statement**

Solve each equation for solutions on the interval 0 ≤ x ≤ 2∏.

Code:

`2 sin x = √3`

**3. The Attempt at a Solution**

Okay so I

*was*able to solve this one:

- 2 sin x = √3

- sin x = (√3) / 2

So i got x = ∏/3 ; 2∏/3 ; 4∏/3 ; 5∏/3

I substituted the x's into the original problem, and ∏/3 and 2∏/3 give +(√3). The other two give -(√3). Are the one's that give negative results also solutions? If so, is this only true for (±√x), or is the sign always a significant factor?