# Algebra II

Simplify(Multiple Choice)

(1-csc^2 0)/(cot^2 0)

A.)-1
B.)1
C.)tan^2 0
D.)1/sin^4 0

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1. Multiply numerator and demoninator by sin^2. This does not change the value.
You end up with

(sin^2 - 1)/cos^2 =
-cos^2 /cos^2 =
-1

No matter what the angle theta is

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