Prove that sin(x)/1-cos(x) = 2 · csc(x) using trigonometric identities. Show all steps taken.

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Prove that sin(x)/1-cos(x) = 2 · csc(x) using trigonometric identities. Show all steps taken.

Step-by-step explanation:

sin(x) + tan(x)=sin(X) + sin(x)/cos(x)

=sinx(1+1/cosx)

=sinx(1+secx)

=1+secx/cosecx. (Since sinx=1/cosecx)

Hence LHS=RHS proved

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