Name The Quadrant in which The Angle lies.

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\(\displaystyle \cos \theta < 0\), \(\displaystyle \csc \theta < 0 \)
 

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\(\displaystyle \cos \theta < 0\), \(\displaystyle \csc \theta < 0 \)
In what quadrant are \(\displaystyle \sin(\theta)~\&~\cos(\theta)\) both negative?
 
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In what quadrant are \(\displaystyle \sin(\theta)~\&~\cos(\theta)\) both negative?
It doesn't say on the practice exam...
Just reads "Name The Quadrant in which The Angle (Theta) lies."
 

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It doesn't say on the practice exam...
Just reads "Name The Quadrant in which The Angle (Theta) lies."
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.
 
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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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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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