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    Help verify:

    (tan (x) + 1)/ sec x= sin x + cos x
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    Re: Help verify:

    Quote Originally Posted by micahgonzalez13 View Post
    (tan (x) + 1)/ sec x= sin x + cos x
    What is \frac{\cos(x)}{\cos(x)}\left(\frac{\tan(x)+1}{\sec  {x}}\right)=~?
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    Re: Help verify:

    how does this help me????? but it would be: tan(x)cos(x)+cos(x)
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    Re: Help verify:

    never mind now i see it... Thanks!!!!
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    Re: Help verify:

    Hi All !

    I Want to evaluate this problem...

    (tan (x) + 1)/ sec x= sin x + cos x
    Left Hand Side = tan(x)/sec(x) + 1/sec(x)
    = (sin(x)/cos(x)) / (1/cos(x)) + 1/(1/cos(x))
    = sin(x) + cos(x)
    = Right Hand Side

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