Posted by **Anna** on Wednesday, January 23, 2013 at 8:08pm.

How do you solve this problem:

sin(90* - x)

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cot^2(90* - x) + 1

The * is a degree symbol!!

I haven't seen any problems with degrees in it, usually it's only a variable! If anyone could give me guidelines or show me where to start, I'd really appreciate it!

THANKS!!!

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