If cot^{1} x + cot^{1} y + cot^{1} then x + y + z is equal to
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If x_{1}, x_{2} , x_{3} , x_{4} are roots of the equation x^{4}  x^{3} sin 2β + x^{2} cos2β  x cosβ  sinβ Tan^{1} (x_{1}) + Tan^{1} (x_{2}) + Tan^{1} (x_{3}) + Tan^{1}(x_{4}) can be equal to
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