Math please help quick

Which of the following are identities? Check all that apply.
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sin2x = 1 - cos2x

sin2x - cos2x = 1

tan2x = 1 + sec2x

cot2x = csc2x - 1


Question 4. 4. Which of the following equations are identities? Check all that apply.
(Points : 2)









Question 5. 5. The expression sinx(cscx - cotx cosx) can be simplified to _____.
(Points : 2)
sin2x

sin2x - cscx

cos2x

sinx - tanx


Question 6. 6. The expression (secx + tanx)2 is the same as _____.
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sec2x + tan2x

sec2x + 2cscx + tan2x

1 + 2cscx

1 + 2tan2x + 2secx tanx


Question 7. 7. Which of the following would be an acceptable first step in simplifying the expression ?
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tanx + sinx


Question 8. 8. All identities are equations, and all equations are identities.
(Points : 2)
True

False


Question 9. 9. Which of the following is an identity?
(Points : 2)
sin2x - cos2x = 1

csc2x + cot2x = 1

(cscx + cotx)2 = 1

sin2x sec2x + 1 = cot2x csc2x


Question 10. 10. Which of the following is not an identity?
(Points : 2)
cos2x cscx - cscx = -sinx

sinx(cotx + tanx) = secx

cos2x - sin2x = 1- 2sin2x

csc2x + sec2x = 1

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  1. Hey, there is a limit !
    I will do the first one, then you try the rest.

    Which of the following are identities? Check all that apply.
    (Points : 2)
    sin2x = 1 - cos2x
    I assume you mean sin^2 x not sin 2x
    This is the same as
    sin^2 x + cos^2 x = 1
    which IS an identity.

    sin^2x - cos^2x = 1 No way

    tan2x = 1 + sec2x
    sin^2 x/cos^2x = 1 + 1/cos^2 x
    is
    sin^2 x cos^2 x = 1 which is the same No way


    cot2x = csc2x - 1
    is
    cos^2 x/sin^2 x = 1/sin^2 x -1
    cos^2 x = 1 - sin^2 x
    cos^2 x + sin^2 x = 1 YES

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