(1-cos^2x)(cot^2+1) = 1
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2sin^2x - 1÷ sinxcosx = tanx-cotx
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Jay is 120 meters from the base of a building and Mary is 40 meters from the base of the building. Jay's angle of elevation when looking at the top of the building is X and Mary's is 2X. What is the...
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Complete the identity: csc(t)(sin(t) + cos(t)) = ?
Prove a^2(1+cos)=1-cos if 1-a^2)sin - 2acos =0
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Prove the Trigonometic identity
Directions ask to prove the identity