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Homework Help: TRIG MATH

Posted by Tye on Thursday, March 11, 2010 at 3:03pm.

If sin theta= -7/8, then the value of 1/cot theta in the interval 3pi/2<theta is? okay I've done this question twice. The 1st time I got -7/sqrt15 and the next time got sqrt15/7. Are either of these right or am I totally messed??? I've got myself confused.

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