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Verify each identity. Work one side (the harder side) Please show me the work

sin θ +cos θ cot θ= csc θ



Cos^2 θ + 1 =2cos^2 θ +sin^2 θ

asked by GG
  1. sin T + cos T cot T

    sin T + cos T cos T/sin T

    (sin^2 T + cos^2 T ) /sin T

    1/sin T

    which is csc T

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    LOL, subtract cos^2 T from both sides

    1 = cos^2 T + sin^2 T
    what else is new :)

    posted by Damon

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