how to simplify sin X / 1+ cos X + 1+cos X / sin X
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Originally Posted by sandman69 how do you simplify sin x / 1+cos x + 1+cos x / sin x Hi sandman69, You need a common denominator so we get
Last edited by mr fantastic; April 10th 2010 at 04:13 PM. Reason: Moved from thread caused by duplicate post
Originally Posted by sandman69 how to simplify sin X /(1+ cos X) + (1+cos X)/sin X as shown above, please use parentheses to make your trig expression clear ... common denominator is ...
how do you do (tan x + cot) / (sec * csc)
Originally Posted by sandman69 how do you do (tan x + cot) / (sec * csc) First things first remove that denominator and convert to and For that left term get the same denominator which gives us You can still cancel that further using a well known identity which you must know .
do you know wer i could find alll the rules for these.
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