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Mpost1994

Which of the following equations are identities? cot x = cosx/sinx tanx = 1/cot x cscx = 1/cos x cscx = 1/sec x

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  1. Mpost1994
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    @Coolsector

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    more than one answer as well

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  3. zugzwang
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    @NewbieCarrot ??? There is no C, and the third one is not an identity...

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  4. Mpost1994
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    i didnt think so ._.

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  5. zugzwang
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    Have you found the answer yet?

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  6. zugzwang
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    What I used to do was express everything in terms of sine and cosine.

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  7. UsukiDoll
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    identities or trigonometric identities?

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  8. Mpost1994
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    no ._. and what? it can be as many as apply its not just one

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  9. UsukiDoll
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    @Mpost1994 I agree with you on this one. there's more than one answer

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    I believe C is the trig identity.

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  11. Mpost1994
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    newbie..you don't know what you are talking about do you ._.

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  12. nubeer
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    i think 1st and 2nd one are right.

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    C is wrong. cscx = 1/sinx

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    Sorry I messed up.

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    4?

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  16. Decart
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    |dw:1350204471178:dw|

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  17. Decart
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    an identity is when the equation is exactly the same on both sides

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  18. Mpost1994
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    and uh....is 4 one? ...cru its 4 am ..whatsthe answers ._.

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  19. Decart
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    if you look at the drawing i put cos over sin and that is cot

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    Function Abbreviation Description Identities (using radians) Sine sin opposite / hypotenuse Cosine cos adjacent / hypotenuse Tangent tan (or tg) opposite / adjacent Cotangent cot (or cotan or cotg or ctg or ctn) adjacent / opposite Secant sec hypotenuse / adjacent Cosecant csc (or cosec) hypotenuse / opposite Function Abbreviation Description Identities (using radians) Sine sin opposite / hypotenuse Cosine cos adjacent / hypotenuse Tangent tan (or tg) opposite / adjacent Cotangent cot (or cotan or cotg or ctg or ctn) adjacent / opposite Secant sec hypotenuse / adjacent Cosecant csc (or cosec) hypotenuse / opposite

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  21. Mpost1994
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    too tired to think ....guessed at 1 2 and 4 ...its just 1 and 2 ...thnx night.. smh

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