Please help me with my maths homework!

using the e^x definitions for sinhx and coshx show that

sinh(x)cosh(y)+cosh(x)sinh(y)=sinh(x+y)

Any help would be very much appreciated!!!!!!

Thank You

Please help me with my maths homework!

using the e^x definitions for sinhx and coshx show that

sinh(x)cosh(y)+cosh(x)sinh(y)=sinh(x+y)

Any help would be very much appreciated!!!!!!

Thank You

using the e^x definitions for sinhx and coshx show that

sinh(x)cosh(y)+cosh(x)sinh(y)=sinh(x+y)

Any help would be very much appreciated!!!!!!

Thank You

where are you stuck?

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I have just substituted in the sinhxcoshy+coshx... equation the definitions with e^x's or e^y's in. I have now two lots of brakets (....)(....)+(....)(...) all over 2.

I think this is the right first step by don't know what to do next

Thanks

I think this is the right first step by don't know what to do next

Thanks

Solved now Surprised no one could help me my friend said it was easy