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Posted by Proving Identities Question (Trig.) on Friday, July 18, 2008 at 12:04pm.

Prove the following identities:

a) (cosec θ + cotθ)(cosecθ - cotθ) = cotθtanθ


b) 2/(1 + sinθ) + 1/(1- sinθ) = (3sec^2)θ - tanθcosecθ


I basically just have to prove Left HandSide = Right Hand Side

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