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Find tan(s+t) given that sins=1/4 with s in Q2, and sin t= -1/2 with t in QIV

Step 1

To find *tan(s+t).*

The formula for find *tan(s+t).*

Step 2

To find* tan(s).*

Step 3

To find* tan(t)....*

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