Friday
December 19, 2014

Homework Help: Trig Identity

Posted by Jerry on Tuesday, November 13, 2012 at 9:46am.

Prove or disprove the following identity

sin^4theta - cos^4theta = sin^2theta-cose^2theta

Answer this Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

math - how do you get sin(4theta)/1+cos(4theta) to equal tan(2theta)
Math - sin theta = 8/17 and theta is in the second quadrant. Find sin(2theta),...
Prove or Disprove - Cos(X+y)cos(x-y)= cos^2theta - sin^2theta I foiled the left ...
math - There are no typos and no work b/c I don't know how to do them. Thanks. 1...
Math - 1)Find cos theta if sin theta=3/5 and 90 degrees<theta<180 degrees...
trig - find the single term of cos^2 4theta - sin^2 4theta
Math - There are no typos and no work b/c I don't know how to do them. Thanks. 1...
Math - sin theta = 8/17 and theta is in the second quadrant. Find sin(2theta),...
Math - Find one solution for each equation. 1. cos 4theta = sin theta 2. tan ...
Precalculus with Trigonometry - Prove or disprove the following identity: (sin(...

Search
Members