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Visual DerivationOf sin2x
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This is lovely!
This is lovely and effective - this is what math is about at this level!
I love to be able to see why, as do my students. So thanks for this. A natural extension would be to look for angles greater than 45.
visually very nice and convincing for angles of theta less than 45 degrees
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