1+tan^2 x/tan^2 x = csc^2 X
I tried to prove this identity and I couldn't plz help Thanks...
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Hello, Originally Posted by victorfk06 1+tan^2x/tan^2x = csc^2 X
I tried to prove this identity and I couldn't plz help Thanks... Transform
Then what I didn't understand it?
Originally Posted by victorfk06 Then what I didn't understand it? Erm... pardon me , but are you saying you wonder why you didn't see it, or that you still don't understand it ?
Here's a tip, for the future :
You're with a tan function, and you want to get to sines (csc is just 1/sin). So one of the ways (it depends on the situation) is to remember that the relation between tan and sin is :
Oh thanks dats the final answer correct?
I'm confused lol !
What follows my expressions is :
We're expected to know some basic identities . . . Prove: .
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