Posted by **Marie** on Friday, August 3, 2012 at 3:35pm.

Prove that sin^2(Omega) - Cos^2(Omega) / tan(Omega) sin(Omega) + cos(Omega) tan(Omega) = cos(Omega) - cot (Omega) cos (omega)

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