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# If $a \; =\; cos \; 2\alpha \; + \; i \; sin \; 2\alpha , \; b \; =\; cos\; 2\beta + i\; sin\; 2\beta\;$ and $\;c\; = \; cos \; 2\gamma\; + \; i sin\; 2\gamma$ prove that $\frac{a^{2}b^{2}+c^{2}}{abc}\; = \; 2\; cos \; 2\left ( \alpha \;+\;\beta \;+\;\gamma \right )$

where m, n N.

This is the second part of the multi-part Q10.

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