1. ## Name The Quadrant in which The Angle lies.

$\cos \theta < 0$, $\csc \theta < 0$

2. ## Re: Name The Quadrant in which The Angle lies.

Originally Posted by RCurtis
$\cos \theta < 0$, $\csc \theta < 0$
In what quadrant are $\sin(\theta)~\&~\cos(\theta)$ both negative?

3. ## Re: Name The Quadrant in which The Angle lies.

Originally Posted by Plato
In what quadrant are $\sin(\theta)~\&~\cos(\theta)$ both negative?
It doesn't say on the practice exam...

4. ## Re: Name The Quadrant in which The Angle lies.

Originally Posted by RCurtis
It doesn't say on the practice exam...
Look, you just don't understand this question,
The whole point is that $\sin(t)~\&~csc(t)$ have the same sign in each quadrant.

5. ## Re: Name The Quadrant in which The Angle lies.

Right, not really sure what the question is asking, and I know sin and csc are supposed to be inverses, that's it.

6. ## Re: Name The Quadrant in which The Angle lies.

Originally Posted by RCurtis
Right, not really sure what the question is asking, and I know sin and csc are supposed to be inverses, that's it.
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