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Use your graphing calculator to determine if each equation appears

Trigonometry | ISBN: 9780495108351 | Authors: Charles P McKeague ISBN: 9780495108351 200

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Problem 5.1.226

Use your graphing calculator to determine if each equation appears to be an identity by graphing the left expression and right expression together. If so, prove the identity. If not, find a counterexample.sec 2x =sec2 x csc2 x csc2 X - sec2 x

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