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tan 100. + tan 125.+ (tan 100. )(tan 125.) is equal to

A. 0   B. 1/2    C.  -1    D.   1


3 years ago


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tan(180+45)= (tan125+tan100)/(1-tan125tan100),





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it might be the case that u had printing error while posting the answer else you just check out once againg and i will approach u back in few hours
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