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December 22nd, 2017, 02:52 AM   #1
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Coordinates where gradient is zero for t=cos(theta)

Hi everyone i'm doing a chemistry degree and trying to work out when the gradient of these functions is zero
t=cos(theta)
and
Z=sin(2theta)

I think i need to find the derivatives but then what?
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