Hi I need help in proving trigonometric identities. The qn is Prove the identity: tan x/ 1 + cos x + tan x/1 - cos x = 2 (tan x + cot x ) Thanks (;
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Originally Posted by SniperMarksman Hi I need help in proving trigonometric identities. The qn is Prove the identity: tan x/ 1 + cos x + tan x/1 - cos x = 2 (tan x + cot x ) Thanks (; LHS Numerator: Substitute and expand. Denominator: Note the . Continue simplifying until recognise that you've clearly got the RHS.
O.o alright, thanks =D
Still not proving..........please solve it completely please...............
Originally Posted by Angel Still not proving..........please solve it completely please............... Excuse me?? I have no intention of proving it. I've provided some direction for the OP. I will add however that the RHS is equivalent to ....
Originally Posted by Angel Still not proving..........please solve it completely please............... You will please disist from automaticaly giving complete solutions, and not use the term "best solution" or its like in the titles of your posts. CB
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