R RCurtis Apr 2012 9 0 New York City Apr 12, 2012 #1 \(\displaystyle \cos \theta < 0\), \(\displaystyle \csc \theta < 0 \)

P Plato MHF Helper Aug 2006 22,490 8,653 Apr 12, 2012 #2 RCurtis said: \(\displaystyle \cos \theta < 0\), \(\displaystyle \csc \theta < 0 \) Click to expand... In what quadrant are \(\displaystyle \sin(\theta)~\&~\cos(\theta)\) both negative?

RCurtis said: \(\displaystyle \cos \theta < 0\), \(\displaystyle \csc \theta < 0 \) Click to expand... In what quadrant are \(\displaystyle \sin(\theta)~\&~\cos(\theta)\) both negative?

R RCurtis Apr 2012 9 0 New York City Apr 12, 2012 #3 Plato said: In what quadrant are \(\displaystyle \sin(\theta)~\&~\cos(\theta)\) both negative? Click to expand... It doesn't say on the practice exam... Just reads "Name The Quadrant in which The Angle (Theta) lies."

Plato said: In what quadrant are \(\displaystyle \sin(\theta)~\&~\cos(\theta)\) both negative? Click to expand... It doesn't say on the practice exam... Just reads "Name The Quadrant in which The Angle (Theta) lies."

P Plato MHF Helper Aug 2006 22,490 8,653 Apr 12, 2012 #4 RCurtis said: It doesn't say on the practice exam... Just reads "Name The Quadrant in which The Angle (Theta) lies." Click to expand... Look, you just don't understand this question, The whole point is that \(\displaystyle \sin(t)~\&~csc(t)\) have the same sign in each quadrant.

RCurtis said: It doesn't say on the practice exam... Just reads "Name The Quadrant in which The Angle (Theta) lies." Click to expand... Look, you just don't understand this question, The whole point is that \(\displaystyle \sin(t)~\&~csc(t)\) have the same sign in each quadrant.

R RCurtis Apr 2012 9 0 New York City Apr 12, 2012 #5 Right, not really sure what the question is asking, and I know sin and csc are supposed to be inverses, that's it.

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

P Plato MHF Helper Aug 2006 22,490 8,653 Apr 12, 2012 #6 RCurtis said: Right, not really sure what the question is asking, and I know sin and csc are supposed to be inverses, that's it. Click to expand... We are not a tutorial service. But you need a sit-down with a live tutor.

RCurtis said: Right, not really sure what the question is asking, and I know sin and csc are supposed to be inverses, that's it. Click to expand... We are not a tutorial service. But you need a sit-down with a live tutor.