Well for number 1
The other 5 trig ratios are cos a, tan a, sec a, cosec a, cot a
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cos a
Hey folks. Few questions here. A reply in detail ASAP = insanely appreciated.
1. If sin a = y/r ; write the other 5 trigonometric ratios for a.
2. If csc B = -14/10 ; and B is in the fourth quadrant. Find the coordinate of the point on the end of the terminal arm, and its principle angle. Then find all the trigonometric ratios for B.
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(( I know it might be a challenge to find a graph but if you could upload one to imageshack or something or just explain it, It'd be great help ))
3. If (weird symbol, I think theta) * is third quadrant angle and cot * = -15/-8, find:
a) sin * cos *
b) cos^2 *
c) 4 cot *
d) cot * tan *
Once again thank you SO much for reading and helping! Need this for tommorow before I get behind!
Well for number 1
The other 5 trig ratios are cos a, tan a, sec a, cosec a, cot a
Trigonometric functions - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See that link for more detail
cos a