Prove idenity: 1 + sin theta / cos theta = cos theta / 1 - sin theta I cant figure out which idenity!? Show steps if at all possible thanks in advance.
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Still a bit confused, The more i think about it, Maybe I just dont understand the goal of proving an idenity, I thought it was to get the problem into the form of one of the basic idenitys such as tan = sin/cos.
Hello, Garface! You're expected to know this identity: . . Prove the idenity: . Multiply the right side by . .
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