Trigonometry

How to solve not so difficult SSC CGL level problem in a few light steps, Trigonometry 9

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The chosen problem this time is not so difficult, and on most occasions it will be solved conventionally. But driven by the general objective of equalizing the denominators, if the lightly hidden key pattern is discovered, everything becomes easy and straightforward with solution only a few light steps away...

How to solve a difficult SSC CGL level problem in a few conceptual steps, Trigonometry 8

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This problem in contrast to the earlier one looked difficult. The challenge was on - would we be able to achieve its elegant solution? Not always we know about the end in the beginning of our journey, but finally concept based strategic approach provided the initial breakthrough and then led us to the elegant solution in a few more steps...

How to solve not so difficult SSC CGL level problem in a few light steps, Trigonometry 7

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For some problems that don't look particularly difficult, the conventional steps to the solution may not seem to take long, but invariably it will be a mundane and wasteful few extra steps. The elegant lighted up way would have been just a few quick steps away from the goal, waiting to be believed and discovered, always...

How to solve a difficult SSC CGL level problem in a few quick steps, Trigonometry 6

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Some problems look difficult, but if you have a clear strategy of dealing with this type of problems, and is ready to change track by reevaluating the strategy midway, chances are high that you will reach the efficient solution in a few quick steps...

Trigonometry concepts part 3, maxima (or minima) of Trigonometric expressions

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Trigonometric functions behave not exactly like common algebraic variables, and so maximizing or minimizing an expression of trigonometric terms requires first conversion of the expression to a single function expression. Frequently the rich algebraic concept of AM GM inequality also comes handy for solving such problems...

How to solve a School Math problem in a few direct steps, Trigonometry 5

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After crossing the first barrier in the process of proving a Trigonometric identity, if you go straight ahead without looking at the goal state on the RHS, you might reach a situation where you would have to start again from the goal state expression and backtrack to the simple result you had reached on the first go, not only an awkward solution but also technically an invalid one....

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