Peeyush Kushwaha
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 Jun3 awarded Popular Question Mar23 awarded Citizen Patrol Dec19 awarded Notable Question Sep25 awarded Popular Question Apr24 comment Proving that $\frac {\cos(π + x)\cos(-x)}{\cos(π-x)(\frac{π}{2}+x)} = \cot^2(x)$ nop. that's what the question is. I guess the question is wrong then. Apr24 revised Proving that $\frac {\cos(π + x)\cos(-x)}{\cos(π-x)(\frac{π}{2}+x)} = \cot^2(x)$ deleted 2 characters in body; edited title Apr24 comment Proving that $\frac {\cos(π + x)\cos(-x)}{\cos(π-x)(\frac{π}{2}+x)} = \cot^2(x)$ edited the question, had missed a term in denominator Apr24 comment Proving that $\frac {\cos(π + x)\cos(-x)}{\cos(π-x)(\frac{π}{2}+x)} = \cot^2(x)$ yes, edited the question Apr24 revised Proving that $\frac {\cos(π + x)\cos(-x)}{\cos(π-x)(\frac{π}{2}+x)} = \cot^2(x)$ deleted 2 characters in body; edited title Apr24 asked Proving that $\frac {\cos(π + x)\cos(-x)}{\cos(π-x)(\frac{π}{2}+x)} = \cot^2(x)$ Mar25 comment coordinate geometry: finding the ratio in which a line segment is divided by a line yeah, thats what I said Mar13 comment coordinate geometry: finding the ratio in which a line segment is divided by a line oh. I think then it must be dividing the line segment externally, now I get it. I was confused since this was the first time when I encountered a negative ratio. Mar13 accepted coordinate geometry: finding the ratio in which a line segment is divided by a line Mar13 awarded Student Mar13 asked coordinate geometry: finding the ratio in which a line segment is divided by a line Feb27 comment Sum of 3 numbers in AP is 21 and their product is 231. Find the numbers. muzzlator is right. Numbers in AP is different from terms of an AP and is similar to consecutive terms of an AP . Feb27 awarded Scholar Feb27 accepted Sum of 3 numbers in AP is 21 and their product is 231. Find the numbers. Feb27 asked Sum of 3 numbers in AP is 21 and their product is 231. Find the numbers. Sep16 awarded Editor