sec(t) =√2 cot(t) >0. Find all values of t in the interval [0,2)

sec(t) = √2 cot(t) >0. Find all values of t in the interval [0,2).

I've been looking at examples of similar problems like this but I'm just not getting it. Would sec(t)=√2 be flipped as cos(t)=1/√2? Any help would be great. Lost as to what next step would be.

Re: sec(t) =√2 cot(t) >0. Find all values of t in the interval [0,2)

Re: sec(t) =√2 cot(t) >0. Find all values of t in the interval [0,2)

Oh shoot, there was suppose to be a period seperating the two. sec(t) =√2. cot(t) >0. But thank you, that helped me with another problem lol.

Re: sec(t) =√2 cot(t) >0. Find all values of t in the interval [0,2)

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**Sjm2015** Oh shoot, there was suppose to be a period seperating the two. sec(t) =√2. cot(t) >0. But thank you, that helped me with another problem lol.

I don't see how that makes any difference to what I wrote. Is the RHS or , or something else entirely?

Re: sec(t) =√2 cot(t) >0. Find all values of t in the interval [0,2)

one equation, one conditional inequality ...

Re: sec(t) =√2 cot(t) >0. Find all values of t in the interval [0,2)

If it is, in fact, as skeeter suggests, to find t such that cot(t)> 0 and Then That is true for and but only the first is less than 2 and has cot(t)> 0.