# A geometry problem by Ahmad Sazidy

**Geometry**Level 2

If \( 1 - { e }^{ 2x+y }=0\) and \(\sin x = \sin y\), Then which of these pairs satisfy the value of \(x\) and \(y\) respectively?

Angles are measured in radian.

If \( 1 - { e }^{ 2x+y }=0\) and \(\sin x = \sin y\), Then which of these pairs satisfy the value of \(x\) and \(y\) respectively?

Angles are measured in radian.

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