Trigonometry

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express in terms of sine and cosine.

a) tan theta/ cot theta

i know the answer is sin^2 theta / cos ^2 theta but how do you do it?

  • Trigonometry -

    ctn Theta= 1/TanTheta

    tanTheta/ctnTheta= tan^2Theta= (sinT/cosT)^2

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