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proove that {cot^a(secA-1)}/1+sinA = sec^2A pls help me solve this problem and thak you

proove that {cot^a(secA-1)}/1+sinA = sec^2A pls help me solve this problem and thak you
 

Grade:11

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Ajay
209 Points
5 years ago
I hope you want to prove follwing identity. If yes then this not correct question as this can be never be true . For example put A = 45, LHS and RHS are not equal.
\frac { { Cot }^{ 2 }A.(secA-1) }{ 1+SinA } ={ sec }^{ 2 }2A
 
 
Gaurang Kotasthane
26 Points
5 years ago
Yes ajay sir I didnt type it correct so it was amistke please help in soving this one and thankyou very much 
Ajay
209 Points
5 years ago
Hi Gaurang
the question still does not seem to be correct.
Can you post the screenshot of question  attachment

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