Posted by **Tara** on Sunday, January 10, 2010 at 6:17pm.

tan^2BeatacscBeta-tan^2 (simplify)

(sin/cos)^2Beta times 1/sin-(sin/cos)^2

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

Is this correct?

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