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    Help Finding the Csc

    Got stuck on this one. Looks like the missing side of the triangle works out to be 100, but I'm not sure...

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    If the sin = 1/3, find the csc
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    Re: Help Finding the Csc

    Quote Originally Posted by RCurtis View Post
    Got stuck on this one. Looks like the missing side of the triangle works out to be 100, but I'm not sure...

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    If the sin = 1/3, find the csc
    Hint: \displaystyle \begin{align*} \csc{x} = \frac{1}{\sin{x}} \end{align*}...
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    Re: Help Finding the Csc

    so the the csc x works out to be 1/(1/3)x ? And I see now that the missing side should actually be 10.
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    Re: Help Finding the Csc

    Quote Originally Posted by RCurtis View Post
    so the the csc x works out to be 1/(1/3)x ? And I see now that the missing side should actually be 10.
    Where has that x come from?
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