Let (7,3) be a point on the terminal side of theta. Find the exact values of sin of theta, csc of theta and cot of theta?
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y = 3
x = 7
r = √(9+49) = √58
Now recall that
sinθ = y/r
cosθ = x/r
tanθ = y/x 👍
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