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Showing all necessary steps, establish the identity:

(1/(1+sec(x)))+(1/(1−sec(x)))=−2cot^2(x)

(As in the examples given in the lesson, for each step give justification. E.g., ratio identity, Pythagorean Identity, simplifying, rationalizing, etc.)

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