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If $\cos \alpha +\cos \beta + \cos \gamma = 0 = \sin \alpha + \sin \beta + \sin \gamma$, prove that $\cos 2\alpha + \cos 2\beta + \cos 2\gamma = 0$
This is the third part of the multi-part Q3.
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