### Solving Equations

I) f(x) = 2 - (square root x) for x>= 0 Given that |f(x)| = k has two distinct roots, determine the possible values of the constant k. ii) Solve for 0 < x < 90, the equation 3sin6xcosec2x = 4

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I) f(x) = 2 - (square root x) for x>= 0 Given that |f(x)| = k has two distinct roots, determine the possible values of the constant k. ii) Solve for 0 < x < 90, the equation 3sin6xcosec2x = 4

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