(CotA+CosecA-1)/(CotA-CosecA+1) = (1+CosA)/SinA
Asked by kssvsv2011 | 9th May, 2020, 08:44: PM
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Answered by | 9th May, 2020, 10:02: PM
- (1+tanA+secA) (1+cotA-cosecA)=?
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