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If p(x,y) is the point on the unit circle defined by real number theta, then csc theta= _____. A. x/y B. y/x C. 1/x D. 1/y **my answer: D. 1/y is that right??

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#2: If sin theta< 0 and cos theta > 0, then the terminal point determined by is in: A. quadrant 1. B. quadrant 2. C. quadrant 3. D. quadrant 4. **my answer: C. quadrant 3 is that right?? **and sorry i just posted these 2 :) hope y'all don't mind!
so is that quadrant 4 then?

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on the unit circle x = cos(theta) y = sin(theta)
yeah and is it like this?? am i remembering the quadrants correctly?|dw:1361313109523:dw|
no that's off
ohh okay i see now :) thanks :) so the answer is QUADRANT 4 then yes? :)

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