Use a calculator to find the value of the trigonometric function csc 1 to four decimal places.

Kye 2020-12-22 Answered
Use a calculator to find the value of the trigonometric function csc 1 to four decimal places.
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Aniqa O'Neill
Answered 2020-12-23 Author has 100 answers
According to the question, we have to find the value of trigonometric function csc1 to four decimal places by using calculator.
In the mathematics, trigonometric function is the real function which relate an angle of right angled triangle to ratios of two sides.
Here the angle is in radian, so we have to change in the degree to calculate the value of csc1.
To change the value of angle ,radian into degree, multiply by 180π
So, the expression becomes,
csc1=csc(1180π)
=csc(180π)
=csc(57.2957)
=1.1883
Hence, the value trigonometric function csc1 to four decimal places is 1.1883.
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