# Solution - Trigonometric Identities

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#### Question

Prove that \frac{\sin \theta -\cos \theta }{\sin \theta +\cos \theta }+\frac{\sin\theta +\cos \theta }{\sin \theta -\cos \theta }=\frac{2}{2\sin^{2}\theta -1}

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#### Reference Material

Solution for concept: Trigonometric Identities. For the course 8th-10th CBSE
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