Precalc
posted by George .
Prove or disprove the following identity.
cos(x)  sin(x) = cos(x) + sin(x)

Precalc 
Reiny
LS = cos(x)  sin(x)
= cosx + sinx
= RS
These are based on standard trig relationships that you should know and recognize
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