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    Please solve the following: Sec^2(X)csc^2(X)=sec^2(X)+csc^2(X)

    Make sure to show all the required steps and work.

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    The left hand side becomes:
    sec^2(X)csc^2(X)= 1/cos^2(x)*1/sin^2(x)= ...

    Solution Summary

    This solution shows how to prove or disprove a trigonometric identity in a brief, but concise manner. All required calculations are illustrated.

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