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Susan Smith Susan Smith Feb 6, 2021

Prove that ( sin² θ + cos²θ = 1 ) ​sachme ▪▪▪▪​

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Tanθ+sinθ=m and tanθ-sinθ=n

∴, m²-n²

=(m+n)(m-n)

=(tanθ+sinθ+tanθ-sinθ)(tanθ+sinθ-tanθ+sinθ)

=(2tanθ)(2sinθ)

=4tanθsinθ

4√mn

=4√(tanθ+sinθ)(tanθ-sinθ)

=4√(tan²θ-sin²θ)

=4√{(sin²θ/cos²θ)-sin²θ}

=4√sin²θ{(1/cos²θ)-1}

=4sinθ√{(1-cos²θ)/cos²θ}

=4sinθ√(sin²θ/cos²θ)

=4sinθ√tan²θ

=4sinθtanθ

∴, LHS=RHS (Proved)

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