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Analytic Trigonometry Verifying Trig Identities 33

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  • verify the follow: cos(pi+x)cos(pi-x)=1-sin^2(x)?

    This is a difficult question to think about. But here are some suggestions as to how you can begin to think and verify the equation. 1) Think about the popular trigonometric identity cos^2(x) + sin^2(x)=1. 2 ...

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