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The problem I am working on now is:

cos(x)-tan(x)/sin(x)cos(x) = csc^2 (x) - sec^2 (x)

(The csc and sec are squared. I didn't know the best way to right that on here)

I tried to change everything to sin/cos but I felt like I made the equation much more confusing doing that.

I got:

(cos(x)/sin(x))-(sin(x)/cos(x))/(sin(x)cos(x)) = (1/sin(x))^2 - (1/cos(x))^2

I am more than a little lost.

I also tried it by changing only the left side and got:

(cot(x)-tan(x)) (1/sin(x)) (1/cos(x))

With either option I don't know where to go next and I'm not even sure if I started correctly.