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    The identity 1/sinx - 1 is equivalent to

    A) cosx/sinx

    B) tanx/cosx

    C) sinx/cosx

    D) 1

    I am having a hard time figuring this identity out.

    I think it is A or B but I'm not too sure.
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    \frac{1}{sin(x)}-1

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    \frac{1}{sin(x)-1}

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