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    (Original post by ellahick)
    god doesn't like beef, alex mind your tone please, god bless
    ???
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    I've got some really bad news. I found 3 more questions on the next page that I'm meant to do:
    6. sin^2x/1-cosx = 1+cosx
    7. 1/cosx + tanx = cosx/1-sinx
    8. tanxsinx/1-cosx = 1 +1/cosx

    I'm gonna have a go but I'm sure I'll be back
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    (Original post by ellahick)
    god doesn't like beef, alex mind your tone please, god bless
    Are you by any chance religious?
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    Right zac, for number 6 would I turn 1-cosx into sinx?? Please please please help a poor soul who should have never taken maths xx
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    (Original post by Alex.trin)
    Right zac, for number 6 would I turn 1-cosx into sinx?? Please please please help a poor soul who should have never taken maths xx
    Okay explain to me how you would go from 1-\cos{x} to \sin{x}??? What identity are you using?
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    if there is no cement then remove the bricks but if there is then i recommend using a hard faced tool such as a hammer. Hope this helps
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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    Okay explain to me how you would go from 1-\cos{x} to \sin{x}??? What identity are you using?
    Omg I hate maths. Sorry I thought they were squared. Please help
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    (Original post by ellahick)
    if there is no cement then remove the bricks but if there is then i recommend using a hard faced tool such as a hammer. Hope this helps
    Obviously the bricks are fixed. Why would he have asked for help if there was no cement?
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    (Original post by Alex.trin)
    Omg I hate maths. Sorry I thought they were squared. Please help
    Better start liking it because you're just at the start of the year!

    For Q6, can you do to the numerator?
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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    Better start liking it because you're just at the start of the year!

    For Q6, can you do to the numerator?
    Ngl zac, I have no idea how to get rid of that darn numerator
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    Obviously the bricks are fixed. Why would he have asked for help if there was no cement?
    Ummm did you just assume my gender???
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    (Original post by notnek)
    Obviously the bricks are fixed. Why would he have asked for help if there was no cement?
    the real question here is are you assuming the gender of the person asking the question, gender fluidity is a real thing "notnek" and I would've thought you would understand that very well - not impressed
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    (Original post by Alex.trin)
    Ngl zac, I have no idea how to get rid of that darn numerator
    lol.... I'm not zac

    Use an identity for it. Express it in terms of cosx.
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    (Original post by Alex.trin)
    Ummm did you just assume my gender???
    Yes.

    Anyway, back to the maths.
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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    lol.... I'm not zac

    Use an identity for it. Express it in terms of cosx.
    RDKGames I apologise prefusely for this persons ignorance, you are of course not Zac but indeed THE RDKGames. In no way feel obliged to answer this personal question but do you game??
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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    lol.... I'm not zac

    Use an identity for it. Express it in terms of cosx.
    Oh my I'm so sorry RDKgames! Please excuse my mistake but I must admit I don't get what you mean about expressing it in terms of cosx
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    (Original post by notnek)
    Yes.

    Anyway, back to the maths.
    there are no genders when in the world of mathematics
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    (Original post by ellahick)
    RDKGames I apologise prefusely for this persons ignorance, you are of course not Zac but indeed THE RDKGames. In no way feel obliged to answer this personal question but do you game??
    Please stop chatting up someone who's trying to help me
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    (Original post by Alex.trin)
    Oh my I'm so sorry RDKgames! Please excuse my mistake but I must admit I don't get what you mean about expressing it in terms of cosx
    Use the identity \sin^2{x}+\cos^2{x}\equiv 1 to get sin squared in terms of cos squared.
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    (Original post by Alex.trin)
    Please stop chatting up someone who's trying to help me
    RDK games, he/she doesn't do maths - common sense here "ALEX"
 
 
 
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