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Q:

How does $\alpha = 2 \sin^2( \pi/n)$ lead to $\theta_0 = n \pi/2$?

In number theory and modular forms one often finds the formula:
$$\alpha = 2 \sin^2 ( \pi/n)$$
Now, this leads to the LHS of:
$$\theta(z, \alpha) = 2 \sin^2 (\pi z/n) \cos (\pi z)$$
which, for $\theta_0 = n \pi /2$, gives:
$$\theta(z, \alpha) = \cos(n \pi z)$$
But why is this? How does $\alpha$ lead to this particular value of $\theta_0$?

A:

That just means that $\sin^2(\pi/n) = 1/2$.

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