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Show that the following statement is an identity by transforming the left side into the right side.
csc e
= sec
cot e
We begin by writing the left side in terms of sin 0 and cos 0. We can then simplify the compound fraction, and rewrite in terms of sec 0.
1/sin e
cSc e
(cos 0),
cot e
sin 0 cos e
1
= sec e
Because we have succeeded in transforming the left side into the right side, we have shown that the statement Csc 0
= sec 0 is an identity.
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Show that the following statement is an identity by transforming the left side into the right side. csc e = sec cot e We begin by writing the left side in terms of sin 0 and cos 0. We can then simplify the compound fraction, and rewrite in terms of sec 0. 1/sin e cSc e (cos 0), cot e sin 0 cos e 1 = sec e Because we have succeeded in transforming the left side into the right side, we have shown that the statement Csc 0 = sec 0 is an identity. cot e

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cot COs. csc0 = sin 1 1 and sec sin e cose

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