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### To simplify the given equation we will use a+ b+ c = 2s, tan= and tan= then using other trigonometric identities we will simplify the equation.

## The correct answer is:

### As, a+ b+ c = 2s, tan= , tan=

we have, (a +b +c) (tan+tan)

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