Verify if the following is true: 1/cos^2x+tan^2y = 1/cos^2y+tan^2x
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We have to prove that 1/cos^2x+tan^2y=1/cos^2y+tan^2x
Now 1/( cos x)^2 + ( tan y )^2 - 1/ (cos y)^2 - (tan x)^2
=> [(sin y)^2/ (cos y)^2] + 1/ (cos x)^2 - 1/ (cos y)^2 - [(sin x)^2/ (cos...
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