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micabar2696 Group Title

tanx+cotx?

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  1. Grazes Group Title
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    What about it?

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  2. micabar2696 Group Title
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    what is the answer fot that? or thats just a final answer?

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  3. Grazes Group Title
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    Depends. What is the objective here?

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  4. starbot Group Title
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    cotx=1/tanx tanx+1/tanx tanx/tanx =1

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  5. micabar2696 Group Title
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    i got a question that is sinx/cosx+cosx/sinx

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  6. Grazes Group Title
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    Dude... tanx+1/tanx does not equal tanx/tanx

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  7. Grazes Group Title
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    Then yes, tanx+cotx is the answer.

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    and 1/tanx+cotx?

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  9. Grazes Group Title
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    Are you deriving that from tanx+cotx? O_o

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  10. micabar2696 Group Title
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    no! is another question using that same number

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    ok, so first you change the equation in terms of Sinx and cosx so because tanx= sinx/cosx and cotx= cosx/sinx you're left with (sinx/cosx)+(cosx/sinx) now add them as you would any other fraction. ( Make sure to make them have common denominators before adding)

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  12. Grazes Group Title
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    I thought you told him this already, Adrian.

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    did i? i have no idea

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  14. adrianuuh Group Title
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    do you want me to explain to you or just give you the answer?

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  15. Grazes Group Title
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    He has the answer already. I'm not sure what he wants anymore...

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  16. micabar2696 Group Title
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    the answer please

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  17. adrianuuh Group Title
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    thats not simplified, the answer is SecxCscx

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  18. Grazes Group Title
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    oh. For 1/tanx+cotx, it would be 2cotx because cotx+cotx=2cotx

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  19. adrianuuh Group Title
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    |dw:1361495078369:dw|

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  20. adrianuuh Group Title
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    gosh that was difficult to write

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  21. adrianuuh Group Title
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    btw i tried the best i could with my mouse...don't judge my handwriting

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  22. starbot Group Title
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    mine was so wrong, I multiplied instead of added

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  23. adrianuuh Group Title
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    it's ok @starbot i kinda forgot about trig identities too since i took it during first quarter :/

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    secx cosecx

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