Please help with Trig Identities... tried it, but continued to get stuck at the end... Prove by working one side: (cos x/ 1+ sin x) - ( 1-sin x/ cos x)= 0

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Please help with Trig Identities... tried it, but continued to get stuck at the end... Prove by working one side: (cos x/ 1+ sin x) - ( 1-sin x/ cos x)= 0

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cos(x)/(1+sin(x)) ?? is that corrrect?
yes
id assume yes, since cos(x)/1 would be futile :)

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add the right "term" to the right side of the (=) for starters
cos x 1-sin x -------- = ------- 1+sin cos
the RHS = sec - tan
not = it is -...... it equals 0
you should use algebraic techniques to "prove" the statement. All I did was move -((1-sin)/cos) to the other side for the moments :)
if we cross multiply we get: cos^2 = (1-sin)(1+sin)
i dont understand... im so confused
cos^2 = 1 - sin^2 which is true
yes
are you trying to just work one side and not manipulate it to your whim?
yes only working one side to prove the other
you could try decomposing fractions..... maybe if you want to try that way
i ended up at: (1- sin ^2 x - 1- sin x)/ cos x
cos 1-sin -------- - ------- = 0 1+sin cos ok....yeah, get like denominators and such...same thing I did pretty much: cos^2 - (1-sin^2) --------------- = 0 cos(1+sin)
now we see that cos^2 - (cos^2) = 0 so that whole thing is 0
do you see it?
yes, thank you
how did you get to this? (1- sin ^2 x - 1- sin x)/ cos x
because cos ^2 = 1 - sin ^2
thank you for helping me
youre welcome :)

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