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    I have been staring at probably the most simplest question for the last 20 mins yet I still cant work it out. Too many past papers have numbed my brain

    how the **** do they equal each other


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    (Original post by Daniel9998)
    I have been staring at probably the most simplest question for the last 20 mins yet I still cant work it out. Too many past papers have numbed my brain

    how the **** do they equal each other


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    Multiply by (tan^2(theta))/(tan^2(theta))
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    (Original post by Daniel9998)
    I have been staring at probably the most simplest question for the last 20 mins yet I still cant work it out. Too many past papers have numbed my brain

    how the **** do they equal each other


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    Multiply the numerator and denominator by tan^2theta.
    The numerator becomes 2/tantheta*tan^2theta = 2tantheta
    the denominator becomes 1/tan^2theta*tan^2theta - 1*tan^2theta = 1 - tan^2theta, as required.
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    (Original post by HapaxOromenon)
    Multiply the numerator and denominator by tan^2theta.
    The numerator becomes 2/tantheta*tan^2theta = 2tantheta
    the denominator becomes 1/tan^2theta*tan^2theta - 1*tan^2theta = 1 - tan^2theta, as required.
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    Multiply by (tan^2(theta))/(tan^2(theta))
    Cheers you beauties
 
 
 
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