1/(sin(x)+1) + 1/(sin(x)-1)

This is where I've gone with it:

Combine the fractions over a common denominator:

(sin(x)-1 + sin(x) + 1 ) / sin^2(x)-1

2sin(x) / -cos^2(x)

-2tan(x)sec(x)

Not sure if that is correct.

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- Dec 18th 2012, 12:09 AMfcabanskiSimplify the Trig Experssion
1/(sin(x)+1) + 1/(sin(x)-1)

This is where I've gone with it:

Combine the fractions over a common denominator:

(sin(x)-1 + sin(x) + 1 ) / sin^2(x)-1

2sin(x) / -cos^2(x)

-2tan(x)sec(x)

Not sure if that is correct. - Dec 18th 2012, 12:15 AMMarkFLRe: Simplify the Trig Experssion
Looks good to me.