Determine constants with such that

for all .

From the previous exercise, we have the formulas,

for

Since here we have we compute,

and,

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Express the sine of a sum as a linear combination of sine and cosine

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Determine constants with such that

for all .

From the previous exercise, we have the formulas,

for

Since here we have we compute,

and,

cos(\alpha) = -1/sqrt(2)