#1
my math teacher gave me a few trig identities, and for the most part, i figured them out, but these two i cant wrap my mind around


(tan x/ 1+cosx) + (sin x/ 1-cosx) = cotx +secx cscx

(tanx/ 1+ sinx) = (sec squared x- secx tanx / cotx)

if you can figure this stuff out, it would be greatly appreciated, and the proof has to be there or else it doesnt matter
#2
neither can i
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#3
please dont tell me u have mr brown..

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sorry i would help, but im too lazy to get my trig book out...
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#4
its quite easy, just split each fraction into the two parts (partial fractions...get used to it) and then break it down. i dont care to type it all out, but its very doable.

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hint for #1: find a common denominator. now.
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my math teacher gave me a few trig identities, and for the most part, i figured them out, but these two i cant wrap my mind around


(tan x/ 1+cosx) + (sin x/ 1-cosx) = cotx +secx cscx

(tanx/ 1+ sinx) = (sec squared x- secx tanx / cotx)

if you can figure this stuff out, it would be greatly appreciated, and the proof has to be there or else it doesnt matter

wow were on the same thing, I don't really want to think, just try converting the tanx to sinx/cosx first.
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#6
I used to enjoy doing these. Its been a while though. And I don't have my old math books handy sorry.

Just pick a side to start with and substitute all you can then take another look at it.
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its quite easy, just split each fraction into the two parts (partial fractions...get used to it) and then break it down. i dont care to type it all out, but its very doable.

mathworld.com

hint for #1: find a common denominator. now.



if you could help me more so, cuz i really am lost