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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Originally Posted by jonathanraxa 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! First note that is undefined for all odd multiples of (do you know why?) so that means that any combination of will also be undefined at all odd multiples of .
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