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I'm brand new here; needless to say, I think it's great what this community is doing. Now to my question: my class is just finishing up geometry, which means we're starting to enter into beginning trig. Here's the problem:

1-Sinx/1+Sinx = (Secx-Tanx)^2

So far, I've been able to reduce to this: Cos^2x=1

from this point on, I'm stumped--any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Chris

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# Homework Help: Trig problem

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