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# Given sin(a) =4/5 and cos(b) =1/3, with a and b both in the interval [0,pi/2)find sin(a-b) and cos (a+b)...

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###### Given sin(a) =4/5 and cos(b) =1/3, with a and b both in the interval [0,pi/2)find sin(a-b) and cos (a+b)

given sin(a) =4/5 and cos(b) =1/3, with a and b both in the interval [0,pi/2)find sin(a-b) and cos (a+b) #### Similar Solved Questions

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