Simplify the following function: (sec^2x-1)/(sinx) Thanks for any help!
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Originally Posted by live_laugh_luv27 Simplify the following function: (sec^2x-1)/(sinx) Thanks for any help! use this Pythagorean identity to help ...
I did this, and got tan^2x/sinx, and simplified to sinx/cos^2x. Now I'm stuck. Can I simplify this further?
Originally Posted by live_laugh_luv27 I did this, and got tan^2x/sinx, and simplified to sinx/cos^2x. Now I'm stuck. Can I simplify this further? ?
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