I don't know what "same context" means in regard to equations. The two equations are equivalent, meaning that they both represent exactly the same points, and their graphs are exactly the same.pairofstrings said:Does y = x and y=(x+1)(sin^2x+cos^2x) -1 have the same context?
y = x may have context not similar to y = ( x + 1)( sin^2x + cos^2x ) - 1...
No, they are both linear equations, meaning that the graph of each equation is a straight line. Both graphs pass through the origin, and both graphs have a slope of 1.pairofstrings said:First one is linear equation (straight lines) and the second equation is trigonometric equation (side lengths and angles).
Already answered -- both are straight lines through the origin with a slope of 1.pairofstrings said:What could y = x be?
What could y=(x+1)(sin^2x+cos^2x) -1 be?