Pre Calculus

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Verify the identity:
cos x + sin x tan x = sec x.

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    LS
    = cosx + sinx(sinx/cosx)
    = (cos^2x + sin^2x)/cosx , common denominator is cosx
    = 1/cosx
    = secx
    = RS

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