But it must have the same roots of sin(x) , which are x=0, x=Pi and have the same max as sin(x) which is (Pi/2)
There is no quadratic function that is the same as sin. While on a small domain, sin might look kind of like a parabola this is not so. The closest thing is a power series of sin which is a representation of sin as an infinite degree polynomial.
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