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“(secA/sec A-1)+(sec A/sec A-1)=2cosec^2a;prove it”

“(secA/sec A-1)+(sec A/sec A-1)=2cosec^2a;prove it”

Grade:10

1 Answers

Satyam Kumar
39 Points
3 years ago
This is wrong question.There should be secA+1 in one of the denominator in your question. Correct question:secA/(secA+1)+secA/(secA-1)=2cosec^2A. You may solve this easily

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