Trigonometry

sinθ / 1-cos^2 θ

Rewrite the expression as a single trigonometric ratio.

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  1. sinθ / 1-cos^2 θ
    = sinθ /sin^2 θ
    = 1/sin θ or csc θ, where sinθ ≠ 0

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