plz prove this for me.....sin^6 (x)+ cos^6 (x)=1- 3/4 sin^2 (2x)I'll reward u guyz with many pts plus brainliest ​i need full steps

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I've answered your other question as well.Step-by-step explanation:Since the identity is true whether the angle x is measured in degrees, radians, gradians (indeed, anything else you care to concoct), I’ll omit the ‘degrees’ sign.Using the binomial theorem, (a+b)3=a3+3a2b+3ab2+b3⇒a3+b3=(a+b)3−3a2b−3ab2=(a+b)3−3(a+b)abSubstituting a=sin2(x) and b=cos2(x), we have:sin6(x)+cos6(x)=(sin2(x)+cos2(x))3−3(sin2(x)+cos2(x))sin2(x)cos2(x)Using the trigonometric identity cos2(x)+sin2(x)=1, your expression simplifies to:sin6(x)+cos6(x)=1−3sin2(x)cos2(x)From the double angle formula for the sine function, sin(2x)=2sin(x)cos(x)⇒sin(x)cos(x)=0.5sin(2x)Meaning the expression can be rewritten as:sin6(x)+cos6(x)=1−0.75sin2(2x)=1−34sin2(2x)