Posted by **meenal** on Friday, May 16, 2008 at 11:40am.

prove that

sinA-cosA+1/sinA+cosA-1=1/secA-tanA

## Answer This Question

## Related Questions

- Maths - Hi, can someone give me the answer to this question: secA-tanA=1/4. Find...
- Maths - Prove that [sinA/(1-cosA)-(1-cosA)/sinA]*[cosA/(1+sinA)+(1+sinA)/cosA]=...
- maths trignometry - Prove that. √seca+2sina/seca-2sina=Sina+cosa/sina-cosa
- further mathematics - Let P=(cosA sinA) (sinA cosA) Q=(cosB sinA) (sinB cosA) ...
- mathematics trignometry - prove that the following are identity 1. (cotA+cosecA-...
- trigonometry - if secA-tanA =10 than sinA =?,cosA =?,secA =?
- trigonometry - x×sin^3A=y , cos^3A = sinA × cosA , x×sinA= y×cosA , then prove ...
- trigonometry - Prove : 1 + Sin2A/ Cos2A = CosA + SinA / CosA- SinA
- Trigonometric Identities - Verify/prove the following: (sinA+tanA)/(1+secA) = ...
- trig - Establish the following identity: CosA/1-TanA + SinA/1-CotA = CosA-SinA

More Related Questions