Posted by **Sharon** on Thursday, April 10, 2008 at 1:32am.

We have to solve for the problem below to make sure that it is equivalent to 2csc(x). However, I keep getting 2/2sin(x) and not 2/sin(x), which is what 2csc(x) is.

tan(x)/(1+sec(x))+ (1+sec(x))/tan(x)= 2csc(x)

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