Show that:

sin^{2}(angle) = [tan^{2}(angle)]/[1+tan^{2}(angle)]

fir all (angles) except odd multiples of pi/2.

(This is coming straight from my homework)

-Thank you!

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- Apr 10th 2012, 06:06 PMjonathanraxaTrigonometric Identities
Show that:

sin^{2}(angle) = [tan^{2}(angle)]/[1+tan^{2}(angle)]

fir all (angles) except odd multiples of pi/2.

(This is coming straight from my homework)

-Thank you! - Apr 10th 2012, 07:51 PMSorobanRe: Trigonometric Identities
Hello, jonathanraxa!

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