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    If sin(x) = -3/5 with x in quadrant IV, find the sec(x)
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenzie103109 View Post
    If sin(x) = -3/5 with x in quadrant IV, find the sec(x)
    In the IV quadrant sec(x) is positive.
    So sex(x) = 1/[1 - sin^2(x)]^1/2
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    Hello kenzie103109
    Quote Originally Posted by kenzie103109 View Post
    If sin(x) = -3/5 with x in quadrant IV, find the sec(x)
    If you'd like to see a little more detail, using a similar question I answered yesterday as an example, you'll find it here.

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