Hi guys been struggling to solve this
If you know how to do it, please do solve and show work so that I can follow your steps
prove (sec(x)-cos(x))/(sec(x)+cos(x))=(sin^2(x))/(1+cos^2(x))
i'd start w/ the LHS, turn the sec's into 1/cos's, and change to common denom's. what do you get when you do that?prove (sec(x)-cos(x))/(sec(x)+cos(x))=(sin^2(x))/(1+cos^2(x))