how would you verify SIN(X)/ 1+COS(X) + SIN(X)/1-COS(X) = 2CSC(X)
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Originally Posted by loganmeyers how would you verify SIN(X)/ 1+COS(X) + SIN(X)/1-COS(X) = 2CSC(X) start with the left hand side. you are going to manipulate it until you get the right hand side. begin by combining the fractions, then simplify
Originally Posted by loganmeyers SIN(X)/ 1+COS(X) + SIN(X)/1-COS(X) = 2CSC(X) $\displaystyle \frac{{\sin x}} {{1 + \cos x}} + \frac{{\sin x}} {{1 - \cos x}} = \sin x\left( {\frac{1} {{1 + \cos x}} + \frac{1} {{1 - \cos x}}} \right) = \frac{{2\sin x}} {{\sin ^2 x}}$ Can you take it from there?
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