Hello l flipboi lAre you familiar with this diagram that tells you when the various trig functions are positive?(Remember ACTS starting in QI and going clockwise.)

1. In QII, only sine is positive. So if and is in QII, and (using Pythagoras). You should be able to find the sine, cosine and tangent of using the standard double-angle formulae.

2. You are right: . Since sine is positive, we are either in QI or QII. So the fact that means that must be in QII. Using Pythagoras, then:andAgain, the standard double-angle formula will give you the results you need.

Grandad