In the solution of Most important questions maths I have a doubt in the third question.
In a step,we replace n by 2m-1.I cant understand how do we derive that.
Asked by SHUBHAM GHODE | 14th Mar, 2017, 07:45: PM
DEAR STUDENT, MY SINCERE APOLIGIES. This is regarding the APPLICATION OF TRIGONOMETRY, 3RD QUESTION.
The NO is missing. There is NO SLACK. I sent your doubt in this query so that you do not lose you chance to ask doubts. Regret the inconvenience. We shall get that rectified. Thank you Shubam. The first diagram that you drew is right.
Hope this clears your doubt.
Answered by Rebecca Fernandes | 31st Mar, 2017, 09:40: PM
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