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1.Start by substituting another variable (like y) for 2x and solve like we have before, BUT you must include all answers in the specified domain 2.Then set each answer = to 2x 3.We only want answers in the specified domain (double check to make sure you have all possible solutions)

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Example 1) Solve for all in degrees. Answers must be exact!

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Example 2) Solve for in degrees for [0,360°). Answers must be exact!

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Example 3) Solve for all x in radians. Answers must be exact!

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Example 4) Solve for x in radians for [0, 2π). Answers must be exact!

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Example 5) Solve for θ in degrees for [0°,360°). Answers must be exact!

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Example 6) Solve for x in radians for [0,2π). Answers must be exact!

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Rational Exponents Use the rules for combining fractions when the exponents are rational numbers X 2 3 X 1 2 (()) = X 2 3 + 1 2 = X 4 6 + 3 6 = X 7.

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