mo7892
can you prove that
(m+n)cotθ=mcotθ-ncotθ
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shubhamsrg
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Can i ?
klimenkov
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Obviously, this is not right.
AravindG
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is that possible?
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it can nevr be true
hartnn
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only if n=0
mo7892
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i have a non right angle triangle ABC which the base is length m and n. and its divided into two by two angles beta and alpha
hartnn
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do you have a figure ?
mo7892
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let me draw it
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i have drawn it but how do i send it for you
mo7892
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how do i send the figure
hartnn
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you can draw the figure using 'Draw' button below, or you can attach the image file using 'Attach File' button...these buttons are on the left of Post button.
klimenkov
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And don't forget to click the "Post" button.
mo7892
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let me know if you can see the diagram
hartnn
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no, can't see..
mo7892
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they have said use the trigonometric theorem
(M+N)COTθ=MCOTα-NCOTβ
mo7892
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try no 2 second attachment.
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can you let me know if you can see it