Wrong answer - see post 5
I'm working on a homework assignment for class and I'm really stuck on one. The answers are in the back of the book so I know I'm doing it wrong but I can't figure out where. Thanks!
evaluate the given expression, leaving the answer in simple radical form. (sec 30)/(cos 30) I keep getting 1 i don't know why.
You titled this "circular functions" so it seems very strange that you would deal with degrees. In the definition of "circular functions" is not an angle at all- it is a distance around the circumference of the circle. And if you want to interpret it as an angle, you have to set it in radians- the distance around the entire circle of radius 1 is .