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Homework Help: precalc pre ap

Posted by lore on Sunday, December 2, 2012 at 6:55pm.

If theta is a rotation angle that terminates in quadrant ll and sin of theta is 5/13, find cos of theta and tan of theta. Use the first Pythagorean identity to solve for cos of theta and use quotient identity to solve for tan of theta.

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