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posted by Norma .
trying to find lowest term:
cos^2 è1/4 cos è 1

It is unclear what you mean by "lowest term"
That expression has three terms. Whatever the value of è is, the lowest term is 1. cos^2 è cannot be less than zero.
1/4 cos è cannot be less than 1/4
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