Here are some hintsthis is the same as

this is the same ascos(7pi/6)

this is the same astan(-5pi/6)

this is the same ascsc(26pi/3)

this is the same assec(-5pi/2)

this is the same ascot(13pi/2)

for all of the above, you should know the values of the trig functions evaluated at those special angles. to decide whether they are positive or negative, figure out what quadrant the original angles are in, and that will tell you. remember, all trig ratios are positive in the first quadrant, only sine and cosecant are positive in the second, only tangent and cotangent are positive in the third, and only cosine and secant are positive in the fourth.

Hint: recall thatidentify sin x cos x and tan x:

cos x=-√2/6, in quadrant 2

tan x=-√3, six x>0

and that

again, pay attention to what signs your trig ratios should be depending on what quadrant your angle is in