- anonymous

ok guys i need help.... how do you do verify this trig identity? cscx (cscx-sinx) + (sinx-cosx)/sinx + cotx = csc squared x

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- myininaya

split that 2nd fraction into -cotx+cotx=0

- anonymous

ok...

- myininaya

i mean do you see that 2nd fraction beomces 1-cotx and after that we see +cotx

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- anonymous

wait where did you get the zero?

- anonymous

ok yah haha

- anonymous

thank you for helping me :)

- myininaya

is that all you needed?

- anonymous

after that would what would i do with my cscx (cscx-sinx)?

- myininaya

I got 1/sinx-sinx+1=(1-[sinx]^2+sinx)/sinx=([cosx]^2+sinx)/sinx=[cotx]^2+1=(cscx)^2

- myininaya

oops

- anonymous

cool cool thank you so much is there a way to reward you or something by making me your fan or something?.... what?

- myininaya

fan but I made a mistake

- anonymous

how do i make fan.... and let me look at it ...

- myininaya

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- anonymous

nope nothing is by your name

- myininaya

no worries lets just find my mistake

- anonymous

ok

- anonymous

what did you do with the cscx tht was factored out?

- myininaya

1/sinx-sinx+1 (here I found a common denominator) 1/sinx-(sinx)^2/sinx+sinx/sinx

- myininaya

so we have (1-(sinx)^2+sinx)/sinx

- anonymous

ok cool ..... is that all over sinx or just the sin^2 x +sinx?

- myininaya

so we have ([cosx]^2+sinx)/sinx=[cosx]^2/sinx+sinx/sinx=(cosx)^2/sinx+1 BUT (cotx)^2+1=(cscx)^2. IS something missing from your question?

- anonymous

my problem is cscx(cscx-sinx) + (sinx-cosx/sinx) +cotx = csc^2x

- anonymous

so i think thats right ...

- myininaya

omg im stupid i got it let me attach it

- anonymous

it looks right except idk where you got the cos lol

- myininaya

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- myininaya

i dont know either

- myininaya

and we could had done -1+1

- myininaya

I made it way more difficult than it should had been sorry

- anonymous

ok cool thanks i found the become a fan button

- anonymous

and hey it worked out didnt it :P thanks a ton :)

- myininaya

i will be ur fan too

- anonymous

what do you get for having fans?

- myininaya

a new car of course

- anonymous

? a new car? haha what

- myininaya

you get nothing but ego boosts i guess

- anonymous

oh ok haha

- anonymous

i guess it also shows how smart you are :)

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