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posted by stacey graham .
verify the identity:
sec(beta)+ tan (beta)= cos(beta)/ 1sin(beta)

The left side can be rewritten
= (1 + sin theta]/cos theta
Crossmultiply
cos^2 theta = 1  sin^2 theta
That is an identity
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