If I have sin( )/cos( ) I know that I cannot cancel the( ) on the top and bottom, but in words what is the reason for this? because sin/cos is not defined? Thanks
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Originally Posted by wolfhound If I have sin( )/cos( ) I know that I cannot cancel the( ) on the top and bottom, but in words what is the reason for this? because sin/cos is not defined? Thanks the arguments for trig functions are not "cancelable" ... yes, has no meaning.
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