anonymous
  • anonymous
When Θ = 5 pi over 3, what are the reference angle and the sign values for sine, cosine, and tangent? Θ'= pi over 3, cosine is positive, sine and tangent are negative Θ'= 5 pi over 3, sine and cosine are positive, tangent is negative Θ'= negative pi over 3, sine and cosine are positive, tangent is negative Θ' = negative 5 pi over 3, cosine is positive, sine and tangent are negative
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campbell_st
  • campbell_st
quadrants of the unit circle |dw:1441652942098:dw| which quadrant is 5/3 pi in..? then you'll know the signs of the ratios remember if x is the reference angle 2nd quadrant pi - x 3rd quadrant pi + x 4th quadrant 2pi - x hope it helps...

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