Precalculus

Prove that the left side equals the right side
Tan + sec -1 / tan -sec + 1 = tan + sec

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  1. see

    http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1397673993

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  2. That one is for sec -1. The one I'm doing has sec + 1 on the bottom

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  3. look again. It's the same.

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