Hey there. I have been trying to prove this trig identity is true for quite some time now with no success. Here it is: 1-cosx/sinx + sinx/1-cosx = 2cscx I am confused on how to elminate the fractions any insight would be appreciated thanks.
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Originally Posted by Jkeeb Hey there. I have been trying to prove this trig identity is true for quite some time now with no success. Here it is: 1-cosx/sinx + sinx/1-cosx = 2cscx I am confused on how to elminate the fractions any insight would be appreciated thanks. common denominator ... ... you're there.
Last edited by skeeter; Feb 13th 2011 at 06:42 PM. Reason: fixed latex
Hello, Jkeeb! Another approach . . . Multiply the second fraction by . . . . . .
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