I have no idea what to do with this one...:
Help please... this assignment is due tomorrow and I'm not even half way done...
lol, ok, work with what you got though -sometimes it helps (although you should only work on one side) to rewrite the other side in different forms - you can see different angles that which you might be able to approach the final one
I'm reluctant to give you the flat out answer, but the really only advise with identities is to play with them - try different things and just chug at it
I'm guessing your problem is this one. Please try to be less ambiguous when typing up the problems:
Combine the denominators into single fractions:
Note that in the denominator of the second fraction, we can factor out a -1 and it'll be the same as the first fraction:
So we get:
Now combine the fractions and factor out the numerator (hint: difference of squares)