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Rewrite as an expression w/o fractions: (cscx)/(1-sinx) $\displaystyle \frac{\csc{x}}{1-\sin{x}} = \sec^2{x}(\csc{x}+1)$ also ... please post problems in the body of the post, not the title.
It would be good if you gave some indication that you had tried to do the problem yourself, too!
I meant to say that I multiplied by the conjugate
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