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Malay
09/25/11 07:13am

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Thanks!! It helped. I liked the usage of 1/2 over 0.5.
Is there a way to control the form of trigonometric expressions? For example, result has trigonometric terms in (s/R) and not (2s/R) or result in Sines only.

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