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    Simplify trig

    (sin x -  cos x +1)/(sin x + cos x -1)
    Last edited by nerdzor; August 22nd 2008 at 09:27 PM. Reason: add bracket
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    Quote Originally Posted by nerdzor View Post
    (sin x -  cos x +1)/(sin x + cos x -1)
    \frac{\sin x - \cos x + 1}{\sin x + \cos x - 1} = \frac{\sin x - (\cos x - 1)}{\sin x + (\cos x - 1)} \cdot \frac{\sin x - (\cos x - 1)}{\sin x - (\cos x - 1)}...

    you can also multiply \frac{\sin x + (\cos x - 1)}{\sin x + (\cos x - 1)} instead.
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