Posted by **Nihira** on Tuesday, June 17, 2014 at 11:21pm.

Prove the identity

csc^2x = 2sec2x / sec2x - 1

Sorry i really tried. I got : LS = 1 - (cos^2x/sin^2x) but that's it. please help

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