# Trig

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tan^2t/sect=sect-cost

cott^2/csct=csct-sint

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Are you showing that they are identities ?

if so,
LS = (sin^2t/cos^2t)(cost)
= sin^2t/cost

RS = 1/cost - cost
= (1 - cos^2t)/cost
= sin^2t/cost
= LS

The second one works the same way, try it.

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