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(2sintcost) / 2-2(1-sin^2t) = Anyone know how I go about doing this
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Is this with respect to t?
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(2sintcost) / 2-2(1-sin^2t) = Anyone know how I go about doing this
isnt 2-2(1-sin^2t) just 2sin^2t? and you can take it from there
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isnt 2-2(1-sin^2t) just 2sin^2t? and you can take it from there
thank you, i get cot t in the end which is right. How do you know that thought - like are you supposed to know that or is there some algebraic manipulation you have to do.

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thank you, i get cot t in the end which is right. How do you know that thought - like are you supposed to know that or is there some algebraic manipulation you have to do.

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2-2(1-sin^2t) = (2-2)-2(-sin^2t) = -2(-sin^2t) = 2sin^2t

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2-2(1-sin^2t) = (2-2)-2(-sin^2t) = -2(-sin^2t) = 2sin^2t

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SORRY, But I dont get the 2-2-2 part, thanks
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thank you, i get cot t in the end which is right. How do you know that thought - like are you supposed to know that or is there some algebraic manipulation you have to do.

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expand 2(1-sin^2t) so 2 - 2(1-sin^2t) = 2 - (2-2sin^2t) = 2 - 2 + 2sin^2t = 2sin^2t
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expand 2(1-sin^2t) so 2 - 2(1-sin^2t) = 2 - (2-2sin^2t) = 2 - 2 + 2sin^2t = 2sin^2t
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