Hello, I just worked out a trigonometric identity, and got an answer of 2/cosx=2secx I am doubting that the two equal each other but it is what I keep on getting. Some verification would be much appreciated. Thanks.
It is well known that sex(z) has an essential singularity at z=quasar987 and thus by Picard's Great Theorem sex assumes all values with at most one exception in every neighborhood of z=quasar987. In this case there is one exception. On this darn keyboard x is just left of c. I make that error far less often freehand. At least we knowquasar987 said:sex(x) is by far my favorite trig function, especially when evatuated at the point sex(quasar987).
Funny how it is defined for sex(Brad Barker + lurflurf) though. :grumpy:Brad Barker said: