If sin of theta equals 3/8 and theta is in quadrant II. what are cos,...
If sin of theta equals 3/8 and theta is in quadrant II. what are cos, tan, csc, cot, and sec of theta?
Answer & Explanation
Beginner2023-03-06Added 4 answers
By rearranging the Pythagorean theorem, we can calculate the adjacent side, b, since we already have the side opposite to , , and the hypotenuse, .
From this, we can determine that the side that is next to it has a length of units, since the x-axis is negative in the second quadrant. Therefore, we can infer that and Now, using the reciprocal identities, we must take the reciprocals of forces, sine, and cosine.
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