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OpenStudy (anonymous):

need to solve by squaring both sides tan(theta)+square root of3 =sec (theta)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ya

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ya

OpenStudy (anonymous):

You'll need to find trig identities for Tan^2. Remember that you can use the inverse of Cos (angle) to substitute for the Secant (angle). Now find an identity for Cos^2 (angle) and invert (flip) it, and substitute _that_ into your equation.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ya

OpenStudy (anonymous):

no

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