Math: Solving Trig Equation
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9tan (x)  9 sec^2 (x)/ tan (x)

Math: Solving Trig Equation 
Steve
there's no equation
the expression is equivalent to
(9tan^29sec^2)/tan
and since sec^2tan^2=1, that's just
9/tan
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