Are you sure that the examples give are what is expected?Originally Posted by nirva
Others are:
Cot(x)=1/Tan(x)=Cos(x)/Sin(x)
Cosec(x)=1/Sin(x).
RonL
Hello, nirva!
Yes . . .Because those examples are what was given to some question like:
Where becomes
What is equal to? . ?
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By the way, I prefer to simplify the function like this:
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Multiply top and bottom by **
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Then make two fractions:
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This is a technique used on a complex fraction,
. . a fraction with more than two "levels".
Example:
Multiply top and bottom by the LCD of the denominators (12):
. . . . . . see?