Have an assignment due in the near future, and these four are giving me a hassle to prove, any help or advice would be appreciated. Prove
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Originally Posted by nightrider456 Have an assignment due in the near future, and these four are giving me a hassle to prove, any help or advice would be appreciated. Prove .
Hello, nightrider456! The first one is not an identity. Please check for typos. Start with the left side: . Divide top and bottom by And we have: .
Sorry, fixed it now thanks for having a look
Originally Posted by nightrider456 Have an assignment due in the near future, and these four are giving me a hassle to prove, any help or advice would be appreciated. Prove ... Are you sure you weren't supposed to prove it's equal to instead of ?
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