Answer :

Consider (sin 72° + cos 18°)(sin 72° - cos 18°)

= sin2 72° - cos2 18°


= sin2 72° - cos2 (90-72)°


= sin2 72° - sin2 72°

[since, cos(90 - θ) = sinθ]

= 0


Hence, proved.

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