I want to do this without turning the 1/cos x into sec x or sin x/cos x into tan x in the initial problem. Thanks!!!

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- Nov 19th 2009, 10:32 AMGodzillaVerify this identity

I want to do this without turning the 1/cos x into sec x or sin x/cos x into tan x in the initial problem. Thanks!!! - Nov 19th 2009, 11:11 AMSoroban
Hello, Godzilla!

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I want to do this without turning the 1/cos x into sec x or sin x/cos x into tan x in the initial problem.

. . Why not? . . . It's the fastest way!

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Well, if you insist . . .

Multiply by

Multiply by

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