PLEASE HELP! Show that- please show actual steps because I don't understand (cosA/1+sinA)+(1+sinA/cosA) simplifies to 2/cosA
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The equation is most probably this: $\displaystyle \frac{cos A}{1 + sin A} + \frac {1 + sin A}{cos A} = \frac {2}{cos A} $ How far have you progressed?
I don't think that is right because it doesn't equal 2/cosa, it only simplifies to it.
What you had written seemed ambiguous. So I latexed it correctly. How far have you simplified the expression?
Originally Posted by Tessarina I don't think that is right because it doesn't equal 2/cosa, it only simplifies to it. Then I guess the question is "what in the world do you mean by simplifies"?
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