more trig.... how fun!!!!
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if you can't help me with my first question hopw you can help me with this one.
sec(x)/csc(x)=tan(x)
thanx to anyone who can help
From the definition of the sec and csc functions, and the tan function,
sec(x)/csc(x) = sin(x)/cos(x)
= tan(x)
However, tan (x) does not equal tan (x). They have opposite signs
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more trig.... how fun!!!! 
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