First, make a substitution.
If we let
= arcsin 2
, then sin
. The original expression becomes
) = cos
Sketch a right triangle and write an algebraic expression for cos
We sketch a right triangle and label the parts using sin
. Using the Pythagorean Theorem, we find that the base of the right triangle is
As shown in the accompanying figure, we find that
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