Using angle A=53.13 and angle B=36.87 find an algebraic expression for tan theta =tan (a-B) in terms of x. x= 12 m

Using angle A=53.13 and angle B=36.87 find an algebraic expression for tan theta =tan (a-B) in terms of x. x= 12 m

Using angle A=53.13 and angle B=36.87 find an algebraic expression for tan theta =tan (a-B) in terms of x. x= 12 m

verify the trig identity plz help!!!

if sin theta is equal to 3/5 on the interval (pi/2 , pi), what is tan 2 theta?

I need to set the problem sides equal to each other. A step-by-step guide would be helpful. My entire class doesn't understand it.

a) (sinx-tanx)/(cosx-cotx)=〖tan〗^2 x((cosx-1)/(sinx-1)) b) (cos^2x-sin^2x)/sinxcotx-cosxtanx)= cosx + sinx Please show work. Thank you so much!

These are multiple questions that I need help with. Numbers 1.( Ask to simplify) 2-6 (ask to multiply and simplify) and 9-14 ask to find angle sum and difference. Note: I'm also...

I need to simplify using Pythagorean identities I need hel asap

I need some help with the steps to solving this, I know that I need to foil out the problem but I need to get a numerical value for the expression.

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Verify the Identity.

Verify the Identity

Verify the Identity.

Verify the Identity.

sin^2x-cos^2x=2sin^2x-1 (tanx+cotx)/tanx=csc^2x

I'm having trouble trying to prove this trig identity. Help is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance. 1/(csc-cot) = (1+cos)/sin

Use the trigonometric identities to write each expression in terms of a single trigonometric function. A. Sin^2 D. (tan^2 +1)Sin^2 Cos^2 B. cot +1 E. 1+ 1 tan +1 cot^2 C. Sin^2 +cos^2...

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