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Cos^2 (wt+a) = 1+Cos(2wt+2a)

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Cos^2 (wt+a) = 1+Cos(2wt+2a)

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(have an omega: ω and try using the X

Cos^2 (wt+a) = 1+Cos(2wt+2a)

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(hmm … there's a factor of 2 missing …)

You need to learn all the standard trigonometric identities …

this one is 2cos

(rather like 2sin

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