pre-cal Find (a) sin a and cos B, (b) tan a and cot B, and (c) sec a and csc B.

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pre-cal Find (a) sin a and cos B, (b) tan a and cot B, and (c) sec a and csc B.

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since this is a right triangle, can you give me the length of the hypotenuse?
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so would i do the pythag. theorm?
yes....
what do i do after that?
do you know the definition o the trig functions? or better yet, the acronym: SOHCAHTOA: Sine = Opposite/Hypotenuse Cosine = Adjacent/Hypotenuse Tangent = Opposite/Adjacent
yes
ok... so once you have the hypotenuse, you can determine the trig ratios for the angles that you want....
so... what do you have for the length of the hypotenuse?
\[\sqrt{34}\]
|dw:1347218499018:dw| now you can you determine the trig ratio's???
okay thanks
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@catgirl17 Do you want to post your result, so we can double check?
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a) \[3\sqrt{34}/34 \] \[5\sqrt{34}/34\]
a) the result should be the same: 3/ √ 34 ( 3√ 34/ 34 )
why?
b) 3/5 , 5/3 c) \[\sqrt{34}/5\] , \[\sqrt{34}/3\]
sinA = opp/ hyp = 3/√ 34 cosB = adj/ hyp = 3/√ 34
When you can fix your a) then go ahead fix b) and c)
b) 3/3, 3/3 c) \[\sqrt{34}/3\] \[\sqrt{34}/3\]
b) tanA = opp/ adj = 3/5
okay
C) secA = hyp/ adj = √ 34/5
okay
@catgirl17 That's the reason you need to volunteer post your working solution, so we can help you through the correct final result!

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