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Well, let's just draw! :D
|dw:1360754655516:dw|

Cosecant is just hypotenuse over the opposite side, right?

|dw:1360754762915:dw|

no its adj/hyp

Don't mistake cosine for cosecant, they're very different :D

Looked through your notes? Agree with me yet? :D

im so confused. it says in my book COS(theta)=Adj/hyp

im stll confused sir or ma'am

and we need to consider this ...as now the triangle will look like : |dw:1360755574255:dw|

you gotthat using identities, right ?

i believe so

ok

*so, \(\cot \theta = -\sqrt {143}\)

so you use the same equation for cos, sec, tan

Really sorry about disappearing, my internet isn't friendly to me today :(

its ok. i am just glad you helped me. Thank you very much

could you help me with a nother problem im having trouble with?

No problem :)