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The next two steps in solving this trig identity question are ???

1/csctheta x costheta x sintheta x sectheta = sinsqtheta

arghhh need help please

  • Trig -

    first : 1/csc t = 1/(1/sin t) = sin t

    sin t * cos t * sin t * 1/cos t


    sin^2 t
    It would help if you learn conventional notation
    x^2 is x squared
    x^3 is x cubed
    sqrt x or x^.5 is square root x
    * is times
    Use parentheses especially for multi term denominators and numerators
    No need to type theta out, use t or z or p or something. It does not matter as long as you do not have the same letter for something else.

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