I need help proving the following trig identity: ( x stands for theta) csc x -1 / cot x = cot x / csc x + 1
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Originally Posted by mathmike I need help solving the following trig identity: ( x stands for theta)csc x -1 / cot x = cot x / csc x + 1 solving or proving? and do you mean ? Hint: change everything to sines and cosines, and show you can simplify one side to get the other.
Hello, mathmike! Are familiar with this identity and its variations? . Prove: . The right side is: . Multiply by . . . . . . . . . . . .
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