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Prove that the following identity is true.
sin t
1 - cos t
sin t
1 +cos t
We begin on the left side of the equation by multiplying the numerator and denominator by the conjugate of the denominator. We can then use a Pythagorean Identity on the
denominator, and reduce.
1 cos t
sin t
sin t
1 cos t
1 cos t
sin t(1 - cos t)
1 -
sin t (1 cos t)
1 - cos t
sin t
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Prove that the following identity is true. sin t 1 - cos t sin t 1 +cos t We begin on the left side of the equation by multiplying the numerator and denominator by the conjugate of the denominator. We can then use a Pythagorean Identity on the denominator, and reduce. 1 cos t sin t sin t 1 cos t 1 cos t sin t(1 - cos t) 1 - sin t (1 cos t) 1 - cos t sin t

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