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    Using Fundamental Identities

    Verify the identity algebraically.
    sin θ + csc θ - sin^2 θ = cos^2 θ


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    Quote Originally Posted by ryno16 View Post
    Verify the identity algebraically.
    sin θ + csc θ = sin^2 θ = cos^2 θ
    recheck your "equation" ... typo(s)?
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    sin θ + csc θ - sin^2 θ = cos^2 θ

    my apologies!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryno16 View Post
    sin θ + csc θ - sin^2 θ = cos^2 θ

    my apologies!
    not an identity ... check this fact with \theta = 0
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