Im caught up on this proof... need some help CosX/SecX+SinX/CscX=Sec^2X-Tan^2X
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Originally Posted by Brndo4u Im caught up on this proof... need some help CosX/SecX+SinX/CscX=Sec^2X-Tan^2X Note that the left hand side is Now recall that What can you conclude?
Originally Posted by Brndo4u Im caught up on this proof... need some help CosX/SecX+SinX/CscX=Sec^2X-Tan^2X Think of as and as . when you've got something like then do you think that this could equate to ? Does this help you for the rest of the question if you can recall other identities that you need?
Yes, that I see what you guys are saying... I need to use the Recip ID, Which in the end will give me Sin^2 & Cos^2. That will become 1 and Sec^2 & Tan^2 will also be 1...So, 1 =1
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