sin x / 1 + cos x + cot x sin^2 x / 1 - cos x sec^2 x -1 / sec^2 x Thanks!
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Hello, Originally Posted by NeedHelp18 sin x / 1 + cos x + cot x sin^2 x / 1 - cos x sec^2 x -1 / sec^2 x Thanks! Please put parenthesis... I guess the second one is : We know that So, how does it simplify ? (not sure about this one) (or ?) Is the first one or ?
Originally Posted by Moo Hello, Please put parenthesis... I guess the second one is : We know that So, how does it simplify ? (not sure about this one) (or ?) Is the first one or ? the first option thanks
Originally Posted by NeedHelp18 the first option thanks For the third one ?
is the answer csc x
( in this one arent u supposed to leave the sinx in the numerator) i did it again and now i get sin x + cosx as the answer.
Originally Posted by NeedHelp18 ( in this one arent u supposed to leave the sinx in the numerator) i did it again and now i get sin x + cosx as the answer. Can you just simplify ? The answer is indeed csc x
yeah but in this part, isnt the sin ^2 x is simplified to sin x so doesnt it have to be left in the numerator? Thanks!
Originally Posted by NeedHelp18 yeah but in this part, isnt the sin ^2 x is simplified to sin x so doesnt it have to be left in the numerator? Thanks! If it was, sin(x) should be dividing the whole numerator... Here, it simplifies because We don't want it to be more complicated
thanks, now i get it
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