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Question 1. Asked on :28 January 2019:11:33:19 AM

tanA+secA-1/tanA+secA+1=cosA/1-sinA .Proove that.

-Added by SURAJ KUMAR Mathematics » Trignometry

Himanshi Verma

(secA+tanA-(sec^2 A - tan ^2A)) )/tanA-secA+1) as sec^2 A= 1 + tan ^2 A so 1= sec^2 A - tan ^2 A

= (sec A + tan A - (sec A + tan A) ( sec A - tan A)) / ( tanA-secA+1)

= ( sec A + tan A ) ( 1- (sec A - tan A)/ ( tanA-secA+1)

= (sec A + tan A)/(+ tan A - sec A)/(tan A- sec A+ 1)

= (sec A + tan A)

= 1/cos A + sin A/ cos A

= (1+ sin A)/ cos A

= (1 + sin A )(1- sin A)/(cos A (1- sin A))

= (1- sin ^2 A/(cos A (1- sin A))

= cos ^2 A / (cos A (1- sin A))

= cos A /(1- sin A)

proved

-Answered by Himanshi Verma On 02 February 2019:01:40:14 PM(1219Average Rating Based on rating)

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