\(\cos(x) \times \tan(x) = \sin(x)\)

Proof:\(\sin(x) = \frac{oppisite}{hypoteneuse}\)

\(\cos(x) = \frac{adjacent}{hypoteneuse}\)

\(\tan(x) = \frac{oppisite}{adjacent}\)

\(\cos(x) \times \tan(x) = \frac{adjacent}{hypoteneuse} \times \frac{oppisite}{adjacent}\)

\(\frac{adjacent}{hypoteneuse} \times \frac{oppisite}{adjacent} = \frac{oppisite}{hypoteneuse}\).

\(\frac{oppisite}{hypoteneuse} = \sin(x)\)

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TopNewestWhat are you considering? Do you mean ''Prove that \(\cos(x) \times \tan(x) = \sin(x)\)''?

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