How would I add this? 2+(sin^2x/cos^2x)? I'm not good with fractions.
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The title says Trig Identities - Proof. What are you trying to prove?
Originally Posted by l flipboi l How would I add this? 2+(sin^2x/cos^2x)? I'm not good with fractions. why use fractions at all ? $\displaystyle 2 + \frac{\sin^2{x}}{\cos^2{x}} = 2 + \tan^2{x} = 1 + \sec^2{x}$
the original equation is ((2+ tan^2x)/(sec^2x)) -1
Originally Posted by l flipboi l the original equation is ((2+ tan^2x)/(sec^2x)) -1 that is not an equation ... what is it equal to ? in future, please post the entire problem from the start ... as it is, I have no idea what you are trying to do.
where is the "=" sign in this... this is just an expression
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