The Number Of Point Of Intersection Of The Two Curves y = 2 Sin x and 

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Question

The number of point of intersection of the two curves y = 2 sin x and 

Solution

Correct option is

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Consider: 

     

        

        

          

As y = 2 , so there cannot be any point of intersection.

Testing

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