One way is to start on the left hand side and convert everything to sines and cosines:
Multiply top and bottom by cos(x):
Now multiply the top and bottom by tan(x):
-Dan
COuple questions though, are you allowed to just multiply them by tan if youre not making the denominator common? And how did you get from your second last step to the last one?
COuple questions though, are you allowed to just multiply them by tan if youre not making the denominator common? And how did you get from your second last step to the last one?
(with suitable restrictions on b and c.) When you multiply fractions you do not need common denominators.
Finishing the problem is easy! C'mon, you need to try a little harder.