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katlin95 Group Title

secant is the recipricol of which other ratio? A. sine B. cosine C. tangent D. secant

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  1. e.cociuba Group Title
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    B.)

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    @MsSmiley123

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    Secant, cosecant, and cotangent are defined to be the reciprocal of the cosine, sine, and tangent ratios respectively.

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    So, for example, cotangent is the reciprocal of the tangent ratio and secant is the reciprocal of the cosine ratio.

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    @e.cociuba

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    B.) I said :)

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    secant is the reciprocal of the cosine ratio

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    so which one is my answer?

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  9. some_someone Group Title
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    cant you read: secant is the reciprocal of the cosine ratio.

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    its B.) and calm down @some_someone :))

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    geesh read for once and you will get your answer!

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    I am calm @e.cociuba but ppl now a days just want the answer fed to them, they cant even read to get their answer smh!

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    Ya maybe but tht doesn't call for angry behavior. Just tell them nicely. :))

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    Umm no, cuz there is something called NO GIVING ANSWERS JUST FREELY? and i am not angry =)

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    There's kinda no way to explain tht. Its kinda if u no it or not. And if u don't then there going to have to learn it again. And ok ;)

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