This is the second time I am asking the same question. This is irritating and all, but you explained the whole blabber which I already knew in my previous question without 'actually' solving the equation. Could you kindly, this time, "PLEASE" solve the question 'explicitly' so that I may actually feel thankful?
The question, again, is :
Prove that (2square root of 3+3)sintheta+2square root of 3costheta lies between -(2square root of 3+square root of 15) and (2square root of 3+square root of 15).
 
THIS TIME, PLEASE, GIVE THE SOLUTION, EXPLANATION, AND THE COMPLETE SUBSTITUTION OF VALUES AT WHICH POINT YOU LEFT IN THE PREVIOUS SOLUTION!

Asked by Akshat Bharadwaj | 4th Jun, 2014, 05:44: PM

Expert Answer:

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Answered by Dharma Teja | 5th Jun, 2014, 11:06: AM