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show cos2x = 1 - tan^2 (x) / 1 +tan^2 (x)

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Umm...dont do that...u'll only get cos2x=1...
what is tanx=?i.e what can tanx be written as?
sinx/cosx?
yeah good..so tan^2x = sin^2 x/cos^2 x ?
ya
so nw substitute...and tell me what u get..
1-(sin(^2)x/cos(^2)x / 1+(sin(^2)x/cos(^2)x ?
take lcm..
Simplify more...
i hope dis helps
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@mathnoob1 u got it?
do we use tan^2+1=sec^2 and 1+cot^2 =csc^2 for proving?
U can use any Identity for proving but here as far as I know only this will work...
any tips to know which identity fit most?
there aren't any methods or anything..see u have 2 sides of a proof right..one side will be some complicated thing...while the other will probably be sumthin u know the direct equation for like here cos2x=cosx-sinx...this u already know...so try converting the complicated thing in terms of the other side equation....
ok
i got it cos2x/1 = cos2x

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