Any help is appreciated... Explain how y = secx can be shifted to get y = csc x. Include equation. Thanks!
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Sec(x) has above graph Cosec(x) has graph as Now do you remember $\displaystyle sin(\frac{\pi}{2} -x) = cos(x)$ Now what??
Originally Posted by live_laugh_luv27 Any help is appreciated... Explain how y = secx can be shifted to get y = csc x. Include equation. Thanks! $\displaystyle sec(x-\frac{\pi}{2})$
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