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Establish The Identity. Sin - Cose Sin + Cos In A Csc Sec Cos E Add The Fractions On The Left Side.

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Establish the identity. sin - cose sin + cos in a csc sec cos e Add the fractions on the left side. Apply the appropriate Pythagorean identity to simplify the numerator. Sin cose (Simplify your answer.) The fraction from the previous step then simplifies to csc O sec O using what? O A. Reciprocal Identity O B. Even-Odd Identity O c. Quotient Identity O D. Cancellation Property O E. Pythagorean Identity
Establish the identity. 1 + sin ?e 2. + 1 = 2 sec ? 1 - sine * Which of the following statements establishes the identity? 1 + sin 1 + sin?@+1 - cscle 1- sine A 2. = 2 sec ? COS COS + sin’e+1 - sin 20 - sin e 2 - 2 sec ?e 1 - sinfo Cos 20 2e 1 + sin?@+1 - sin ? . = 2 sec ? 1-sin tan ²012 1 + sin - 1 + sin’e+ (sin’e + cos20 1-sin- JUNI, 2. = 2 sec ? csce info Sco
Show that the functions fand g are identically equal. 1 - sec 0 tan tane * 1+ sec eg() = 0 Rewrite the expression for fe) by finding a common denominator and simplifying. Type the denominator in factored form. Do not apply any trigonometric identity, 1 - sec tane tane 1 + sec The fraction from the previous step then simplifies to 0 using what? O A. Pythagorean Identity O B. Reciprocal Identity Oc. Quotient Identity O D. Even-Odd Identity O E. Cancellation Property

1) adding the fractions on the left side [ sin theta ( sin theta - cos theta ) + cos theta ( sin th