I'm having an issue with Hyperbolic Functions!
I have read through examples on proving hyperbolic identities here but I am struggling to relate it to this equation:
cosh2x=2cosh^2x-1
i know coshx = (e^x+e^-x)/2
I'm also a little weak on exponentional and logarithm (Worried)
cheers
I have read through examples on proving hyperbolic identities here but I am struggling to relate it to this equation:
cosh2x=2cosh^2x-1
i know coshx = (e^x+e^-x)/2
I'm also a little weak on exponentional and logarithm (Worried)
cheers