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(1+tan x)^2= 2 tan x+2
please show all work

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    1 + 2 tan x + tan^2 x = 2 tan x + 2

    tan^2 x - 1 = 0

    tan x = 1 or -1
    x = 45 or 135 or or 225 or 315 degrees

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