Posted by **Hannah** on Wednesday, February 10, 2010 at 12:44pm.

1) Determine the quadrant in which Q lies.

a) sec Q > 0 and cot Q < 0

I know that sec is in quadrant 4 and cot is in 3. Now how do I find the quadrant?

b) csc Q < 0 and tan Q > 0

csc is in quadrant 2 and tan is 3.

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