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if sec x+tan x =p, then find sin x

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1)p^2/p^2-1
2) p^2-1/p^2+1

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3) p^2+1/p^2-1
4)p/p^2+1
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u tell me the option
its very difficult for me
you need to take at least "some part" in working towards the solution. Otherwise what is the point of posting the question if we do all the work for you?
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