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solve the equation 2 sec x- tan x = cot x for the interval 0 to 360 please:)

  • HELPPPPPPP (TRIG) -

    (2 - sinx)/cosx = cot x = cosx/sinx
    Multiply both sides by sinx cosx
    2 sinx - sin^2x = cos^2 x = 1 - sin^2x
    2 sinx = 1
    x = 30 degrees or 150 degrees

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