Trigonometry
 👍 0
 👎 0
 👁 188
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

Math
Hello I am having trouble with proving this: sinA/secA+secA/cscA = tan(A)(2sin^2(A)) So far I've gotten SinA/(1/cosA) + (1/cosA)/(1/sinA) SinACosA + sinA/cosA I am stuck here, not even sure if multiplying by the reciprocal was
asked by Jimbo on April 23, 2019 
Maths
Prove that [sinA/(1cosA)(1cosA)/sinA]*[cosA/(1+sinA)+(1+sinA)/cosA]=4cosecA I the second part as 2 secA
asked by Agastya on September 15, 2016 
Maths
Hi, can someone give me the answer to this question: secAtanA=1/4. Find cosA I got: CosA=4(1sinA) Is my answer good? Now multply each side by (1+sinA) CosA(1+sinA)=4 cos^2 A CosA=1/4 (1+sinA) 16(1sinA)=1+sinA 15=17SinA So you
asked by Shym on June 3, 2007 
maths(trigonometry)
prove that sinAcosA+1/sinA+cosA1=1/secAtanA
asked by meenal on May 16, 2008 
maths trignometry
Prove that. √seca+2sina/seca2sina=Sina+cosa/sinacosa
asked by Aditya on September 19, 2016 
math
prove that 2sinA + 1 / cosA+sin2A=secA
asked by cindy on April 6, 2016 
Math
CosA/1+sinA=1sinA/cosA I have to prove the identity each side has to b the same how would i do that? I have a unit test on monday so im doing practice questions
asked by Kristien on February 23, 2013 
mathematics trignometry
prove that the following are identity 1. (cotA+cosecA1)/(cotAcosecA+1)=cosecA+cotA 2. (sinAcosA+1)/(sinA+cosA1)= 1/(secAtanA)
asked by Anonymous on March 20, 2011 
Math
If 1cosA=5/13, prove that 25sinA(sinA  cosA)
asked by Dipankar on June 22, 2012 
trigonometry
if secAtanA =10 than sinA =?,cosA =?,secA =?
asked by Anonymous on December 23, 2016