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− | <math>A + B + C</math> is an integral multiple of <math>\pi</math>. <math>x, y, </math> and <math>z</math> are real numbers. If <math>x\sin(A) | + | <math>A + B + C</math> is an integral multiple of <math>\pi</math>. <math>x, y, </math> and <math>z</math> are real numbers. If <math>x\sin(A)+y\sin(B)+z\sin(C)=x^2\sin(2A)+y^2\sin(2B)+z^2\sin(2C)=0</math>, show that <math>x^n\sin(nA)+y^n \sin(nB) +z^n \sin(nC)=0</math> for any positive integer <math>n</math>. |
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Problem
is an integral multiple of . and are real numbers. If , show that for any positive integer .
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See Also
1980 USAMO (Problems • Resources) | ||
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Followed by Problem 4 | |
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All USAMO Problems and Solutions |
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