Prove tan0(theta) = 1-cos2 0/sin2 0
I know the tan changes to sin/cos
and 1-cos2 = sin2
Not sure how I'm supposed to proceed past that, I tried it on an online calculator and it showed the steps but I couldn't seem to follow it very clearly.
Prove tan0(theta) = 1-cos2 0/sin2 0
I know the tan changes to sin/cos
and 1-cos2 = sin2
Not sure how I'm supposed to proceed past that, I tried it on an online calculator and it showed the steps but I couldn't seem to follow it very clearly.