Let y = 1 - cos x / 1 + cosx Show that dy/dx = t+t^3 , where t = tan(x/2)
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Probably easiest to get y in terms of half x right away, using i.e. Then simplify using Pythag,
Its it possible that you mean (1- cos(x))/(1+ cos(x))?
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