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**dartanian24** Solve for m, then determine the values of the six circular functions.

P( θ)=(1/2,m),P(θ) is NOT in Q1

is (1/2,m) in polar or cartesian form? ... does QI mean quadrant 1 ?

Give the six circular functions of:

1.) 125 316 π

2.) -35π/2

find the angle in the interval [0, 2pi] that is co-terminal with the above angles, then determine the values of the trig ratios from you knowledge of the unit circle.

Find the remaining circular functions given:

1.)cosθ= -12/13, tan θ > 0.

2.) tan θ = 8/15, π < θ < 3π/2

sketch a reference triangle in the appropriate quadrant, use Pythagoras to determine the unknown side, then find the other trig ratios.