Kristen T, Instructional Technologist at UniversityAgain, thanks all for leaving such nice comments, I'm so glad you found this useful... I made a quick video on the problem @jeserycabansag posted, it's handwritten and it's been a while since I've done one of these but I hope it will still be helpful... http://www.educreations.com/lesson/view/another-trig-equation-solved/9464621/?s=mUeOfh&ref=appemail

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Jonathan Mc Lennon@jeserycabansag sec + tan is the same as saying 1/cos + sin/cos find the common denominator which will be cos . treat it like a fraction . so 1+sin over the common denominator which is cos. since cos into cos times 1 = 1 . and cos into cos times sin = sin. therefore your answer will be 1+sin/cos

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Full NameComment goes here.Kristen T, Instructional Technologist at University Again, thanks all for leaving such nice comments, I'm so glad you found this useful... I made a quick video on the problem @jeserycabansag posted, it's handwritten and it's been a while since I've done one of these but I hope it will still be helpful... http://www.educreations.com/lesson/view/another-trig-equation-solved/9464621/?s=mUeOfh&ref=appemailJonathan Mc Lennon@jeserycabansag sec + tan is the same as saying 1/cos + sin/cosfind the common denominator which will be cos . treat it like a fraction . so 1+sin over the common denominator which is cos. since cos into cos times 1 = 1 . and cos into cos times sin = sin. therefore your answer will be 1+sin/cos

Yash Amin@jeserycabansagseparate them out like 1/cosx +sinx/cosx

Jesery Cabansagpls prove 1-(cos^2/1+sin)=sinJesery Cabansagpls prove 1+sin/cos=sec+tan1–10 of 33 previous next

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