Given the values for sin t and cos t, use reciprocal and quotient identities to find the values of the other trigonometric functions of t. sin t = 3/4 and cos t=sqrt7/4

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Given the values for sin t and cos t, use reciprocal and quotient identities to find the values of the other trigonometric functions of t.
sint=34andcost=74
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BleabyinfibiaG
Answered 2021-03-07 Author has 118 answers

Consider the given trigonometric function sint and cost.
The other trigonometric functions values are find as,
Use the trigonometric formula,
tant=sintcost
csct=1sint
sect=1cost
cott=costsint
Now, substitute the given trigonometric function values in the above formula,
Since sint=34andcost=74
Thus, tant=sintcost=3474=37
csct=1sint=134=43
sect=1cost=134=47
cott=costsint=7434=73

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