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- Homework Statement:
- ##0 = \cos^2(t) - t\sin^2(t)##

- Relevant Equations:
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I'd like to solve ##0 = \cos^2(t) - t\sin^2(t)## but it's been forever since I've done some trig and I'm real rusty.

I've tried rewriting terms using identities such as ##\sin^2(t) = 1 - \cos^2(t)## but not getting anything helpful. Can I get a point in the right direction?

I've tried rewriting terms using identities such as ##\sin^2(t) = 1 - \cos^2(t)## but not getting anything helpful. Can I get a point in the right direction?