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    Post Sine/cosecant equation

    hi!

    Please help me understand why...
    If sin θ = 0.4, then sin(- θ) + csc θ = 2.1

    Thanks for any help!
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    Quote Originally Posted by live_laugh_luv27 View Post
    hi!

    Please help me understand why...
    If sin θ = 0.4, then sin(- θ) + csc θ = 2.1

    Thanks for any help!
    note, \sin (- \theta) = - \sin \theta and \csc \theta = \frac 1{\sin \theta}
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