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630. ON AN EXPRESSION FOR 1 ±sin(2p+1)u by way of sine. [From the Messenger of arithmetic, vol. v. (1876), pp. 7, 8.] White sin«--a>, then we have now sin u = x, cos u - V(l - x*), sin 3m = 3,-c - 4?E», cos three« = (1 - 4a'2) V(l - ."c2), sin five» = five« - 2(W four- 16a5, cos five« = (1 - 12a2 + 1G*4) VO -&c. &c. it's for that reason transparent, that during basic 1 - sin (2p + 1) u = (1 ± .t) ((1, xfl 1 + sin (2^ + I)it = (l + x) [(I, a;)?]2, the place (1, a:)'' denotes a rational and critical functionality of x of the order p, and (1, - x~y a similar functionality of - x for it's only during this demeanour that we will have cos2 (2p +1) u =(1 - x1) {(1, x*]*]1. We, actually, locate 1 -f sin ti = 1 + x, 1 - sin 3íí = (1 +x)(l - 2xf, 1 four sin 5it = (1 + x) (1 + 2x - 4x*) 1 - sin 7m = (1 + x) (1 - 4t - four^ + 8a.3)2, &c. and it hence appears to be like that the shape is 1 + (-)» sin (2;> + 1) u = (1 + c) 1(1, xy*. **Table of Contents** CONTENTS; [An Asterisk signifies that the paper isn't published in full]; 630 On an expression for 1 ±sm (2p+ i)it when it comes to sine ; Messenger of arithmetic, t v (1876), pp 7, eight; 631 Synopsis of the speculation of equations ; Messenger of arithmetic, t v (1876), pp 39-49; G32 On Aronhold's integration-formula ; Messenger of arithmetic, t v (1876), pp 8S-90; ^633 be aware on Mr Martin's paper " On t/ie integrals of a few differentials " ; Messenger of arithmetic, t v (1876), p 163; 634 Theorems in trigonometry and on walls ; Messenger of arithmetic, t v (1876), p 1G4, p 188; 635 observe at the demonstration of Clairaut's theorem; Messenger of arithmetic, t v (1876), pp 166, 167; 63G at the conception of the singular options of differential equations of the 1st order ; Messenger of arithmetic, t vi, (1877), pp 23-27; 637 On 'a differential equation within the conception of elliptic capabilities; Messcngor of arithmetic, t, vi (1877), p 29; 638 On a q-formula resulting in an expression for Et; Messenger of Mathomatics, t vi (1877), pp 63-66; C X; Tin

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