Two sine functions

Sin[a x] + Sin[b x] can be rewritten as 2 Sin[1/2(a + b) x] Cos[1/2(a - b) x] (using TrigFactor), implying that the function has two families of equally spaced zeros: 2 π n/(a + b) and 2 π (n + 1/2)/(b - a).

Two sine functions

Sin[a x] + Sin[b x] can be rewritten as 2 Sin[1/2(a + b) x] Cos[1/2(a - b) x] (using TrigFactor), implying that the function has two families of equally spaced zeros: 2 π n/(a + b) and 2 π (n + 1/2)/(b - a).

From Stephen Wolfram: *A New Kind of Science* [citation]