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The point (-12,-5) is on the terminal side of an angle in standard position. What are the values of tan and sec? Someone please help, idk how to graph it! Thanks! :)
i got 13 from using pythagorean thm
Thank you! That was very helpful. So tan is 5/12 and sec is -13/12 ?
If you want to, can you help me on my next question? It says solve the equation for pheta, sin=0.7782; 90 (degrees) < pheta < 180 (degrees)
you need to use inverse sin function \[\theta = \sin^{-1} (.7782)\] use your calculator, make sure its in degree mode also it will most likely give you an answer less than 90 you will have to subtract it from 180 to get angle in 2nd quadrant
Okay, I see now. :) thank you so much! Have a great day, or night, depend where you live...lol thanks! :)