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Last edited by koolaid123; May 12th 2012 at 12:08 AM.
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Originally Posted by koolaid123 1 + sin + cos/ 1 - sin + cos = 1 + sin/ cos prove one side equals to another BY SOLVING ONE SIDE ONLY sin is a transgression cos is a nickname for Bill Cosby do you mean sin(x), cos(x), or the trig function of some other variable? how about some parentheses to make your post more clear to those attempting to interpret what exactly is the numerator and denominator?
(1 + sin(x) + cos(x)) / (1 - sin(x) + cos(x)) = (1 + sin(x))/ (cos(x)) . . thnx for the tip
my fun meter pegged with this one ... I wasn't about to Latex it all, so hope the scan is satisfactory. I left the most important step to you.
Nice!
thnx
Last edited by koolaid123; May 11th 2012 at 11:51 PM.
Originally Posted by koolaid123 can u please explain how u got the last 3 steps.....im confused Surely you know that $\displaystyle \displaystyle \begin{align*} \sin^2{x} + \cos^2{x} \equiv 1 \end{align*}$...
koolaid123 ... why have you edited your original post? something is not right. thread closed.
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