Question

Prove the identity:


\dfrac{\cos \alpha }{1+\sin \alpha }-\dfrac{\sin \alpha }{1+\cos \alpha }= \dfrac{2(\cos \alpha -\sin \alpha )}{1+\sin \alpha +\cos \alpha }

Collected in the board: Trigonometry

Steven Zheng Steven Zheng posted 1 week ago

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