If cosα=0.173 and cosβ= 0.432 with both angles’ terminal rays in Quadrant-I, find the values of cos(α+β)=? cos(α-β)=? Your answers should be accurate to 4 decimal places. please help...

If cosα=0.173 and cosβ= 0.432 with both angles’ terminal rays in Quadrant-I, find the values of cos(α+β)=? cos(α-β)=? Your answers should be accurate to 4 decimal places. please help...

If cosα=0.891 and cosβ=0.577 with both angles’ terminal rays in Quadrant-I, find the values of tan(α+β) Your answers should be accurate to 4 decimal places. please help, thanks!

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