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posted by kim .
how would you create an equation for sec(2x) using both sec(x) and csc(x)?
the steps i have so far are
1/(cos^2(x)sin^2(x))
= 1/(11)/(sec^2(x)csc^2(x))
but then i do not know what to do after this.
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