You need to solve for x in `(0,360^o)` the equation `(sin x - cos x)/(sin x + cos x) = 1` such that:

`(sin x - cos x)/(sin x + cos x)- 1 = 0`

You need to bring the terms to a common denominator such that:

`(sin x - cos...

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You need to solve for x in `(0,360^o)` the equation `(sin x - cos x)/(sin x + cos x) = 1` such that:

`(sin x - cos x)/(sin x + cos x)- 1 = 0`

You need to bring the terms to a common denominator such that:

`(sin x - cos x - sin x - cos x)/(sin x + cos x) = 0`

`- 2cos x/(sin x + cos x) = 0`

Since `sin x + cos x!=0` , you need to solve -`2cos x = 0` such that:

`- 2cos x = 0 =gt cos x = 0 (-2!=0)`

`x = pi/2 and x = 3pi/2`

**Hence, evaluating solutions to equation in `(0,360^o)` yields `x = pi/2` and `x = 3pi/2` .**