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**jonnygill** the problem is...

$\displaystyle 2sin\Theta-cot\Theta cos\Theta=1$

after switching terms around and doing some operations i got...

$\displaystyle 4sin^2\Theta=1+\dfrac{2}{sin^3\Theta}+\dfrac{1}{si n^6\Theta}$

This feels like the wrong direction since i'm using terms with sin^6 in the denominator.

When i first looked at it, it seemed like getting all the terms to be sin (or cos too i guess) would be possible. Well i got all the terms to be in sin, but these terms have large exponents in the denominator, etc.

Is there another, easier approach?

thanks!