Math C30
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Eight Fundamental Identities
Sec thada  Cos thada on one side
tan thada sin thada on the other side
How do you do this ???

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SecThetacosTheta=TanThetaSinTheta
Your teacher is just too easy.
multiply each side by cosTheta
1cos^2 Theta=sin^2 Theta
sin^2 Theta=sin^2 Theta
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