Audrey J.

asked • 01/24/21

Trigonometry URGENT

Use trigonometric identities to transform one side of the equation into the other LaTeX: \left(0<\theta<\frac{\pi}{2}\right). (csc 0 + cot 0))csc 0 - cot 0)=1 LaTeX: \left(\csc\theta+\cot\theta\right)\left(\csc\theta-\cot\theta\right)=1 LaTeX: \left(\csc\theta+\cot\theta\right)\left(\csc\theta-\cot\theta\right)=1LaTeX: \left(\csc\theta+\cot\theta\right)\left(\csc\theta-\cot\theta\right)=1     .

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