(sinx)/(1+cosx)=(1-cosx)/(sinx) simplify so RS=LS
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Originally Posted by ahmedb (sinx)/(1+cosx)=(1-cosx)/(sinx) simplify so RS=LS What does
thats not what i am talking about, i am talking about proofs. like proof that RS=LS by simplifying it
hi ahmedb Spoiler:
what did you multiply by 1-cosx? y can't u use 1-sinx or anything else??? thats what confused me :S
when you multiply by 1-sin(x) you don't get anything pretty.by multiplying by 1-cos(x) you get 1-cos^2(x) which you should now is sin^2(x).another way to do this is to multiply the fraction on the RHS by 1+cos(x).
for the RHS why is it 1+cosx?? is there a method like a rule in which you have to follow?
You can also use That means for this exercice:
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