I work through some examples of verifying trig identities that require the use of sum & difference identities of Sine, Cosine, and Tangent I was corrected that what I am trying to prove should not be within the body of the proof. This implies it has already been assumed to be true. So proofs should be shown like this example: cos^2(x)(tan^2(x)+1)=1 Proof: cos^2(x)(tan^2(x)+1)=cos^2(x)*sec^2(x) =cos^2(x)(1/cos^2(x)) =1
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