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posted by Manmeet singh .
If cosec A – sin A=a3 , sec A – cos A =b3 , prove that
a2 b2 (a2 + b2)=1
Since the first two equations involves two constants a3 and b3, one cannot prove the third equation with totally different constants a2 and b2. Is a3 supposed to be acubed and a2 supposed to be asquared?
If a2 is supposed to be asquared and a3 is supposed to be acubed, please use ^2 to denote second power and ^3 to denote third power, etc., and use that notation in future questions that you may sumbit.
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