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mathguyz
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Everyone knows the obvious trig identities like sin^2 + cos^2 =1, cosx=1+ sin^2, and tanx =sin/cos. I ran across an old identity the other day: 3cos^2(3x)+3sin^2(3x)=3. Can anyone here figure out why and how? I tried it and couldn't figure it out.