# How can i make the left side equal to the other? (sinx-cosx) (sinx+cosx)=1-2cos^2x?

• How can i make the left side equal to the other? (sinx-cosx) (sinx+cosx)=1-2cos^2x?

Does cosx + sinx = 1? Tweet ... this is because the square root of sin^2x+cos^2x =/= sinx+cosx ... and sin^2 (x)) are a bracket, you can't just square root ...
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... {\sin {x}} {1 - \cos {x}}\ = \csc x + \cot x$I got the left side to$\frac ... The right-hand side can be ... Browse other questions tagged ...
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1+sinx/cosx + cosx/1+six = 2secx 1+sin ... common denominator for the left side is cosx(1+sinx) ... (1+sinx)2/ ... Make it readable.
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... we take LCM of the terms on the left hand side of the equation. We get (sinx ... sinx cosx +sinx ... 2x) which is equal to the right hand side ...
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What we can do, ... as x approaches 2 from the left does not equal f(2), however, ... since both sides approach different values. Visually, , , ...