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posted by Carter .
Verify the identities by transforming the lefthand side into the righthand side. Show work.
(tan^2X)/(1cos^2x)= sec^2x
HELP

LS = tan^2 x/(sin^2 x)
= (sin^2 x)/cos^2 x) ( sin^2 x)
= 1/cos^2 x
= sec^2 x
= RS
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