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L t subscript x not stretchy rightwards arrow pi over 2 end subscript fraction numerator sec space x minus tan space x over denominator pi over 2 minus x end fraction

  1. 2
  2. 1 half
  3. 1
  4. pi over 2

Hint:

To simplify the equation we will use some trigonometric identities and put straight pi over 2 minus x space equals y then we will again simplify using trigonometric identities.

The correct answer is: 1 half


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equals 2 over 4 equals 1 half

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