Yes it is me again. :D Now with a trig problem XD(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I was doing some problems on my homework in math, Trigonometry and I had problems proving this proof:

1+ cos Ө = csc Ө + cot Ө

I've worked it out until I simplified the right side to:

sin Ө

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1+ cos Ө

And then I realized that was the half identity of tangent. I can;t make the connnection further to make the proof true. Please help!! Have I simplified it wrong?

edit: the Ө is supposed to represent theta... but it keeps showing up like a square.. but you know what I mean. :D

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# Homework Help: A Trig Proof

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