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Using the exact values for the sine and cosine of both 3π/4 and π/3, and the angle difference identity for cosine, find the exact value of cos(5π/12).
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A particle of mass 0.5 kg is suspended from a fixed point O by a light elastic string of natural length 1.5 m and modulus of elasticity 12 N. The particle is released from rest at O and next comes to rest at the point A. When the particle is at the point A, the extension in the string is x
metres. Show, using energy considerations, that 8x2 -10x-15=0
The diagram shows a light rod AB of length 4a rigidly joined at B to a light rod BC of length 2a so that the rods are perpendicular to each other and in the same vertical plane. The Centre O of AB is fixed and the rods can rotate freely about O in a vertical plane. A particle of mass 4m is attached at A and a particle of mass m is attached at C. The system rests in equilibrium with AB inclined at an acute angle θ to the vertical as shown. By taking moments about O, find the value of θ.