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posted by kim .
when you are determining a formula for cot(2x) using only tan(x) would the formula be...(1tan^2(x))/(2tan(x))?

yes,
since tan 2x = 2tan x/(1tan^2 x)
and cot 2x = 1/tan 2x, you formed the reciprocal correctly
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