pre-calculus

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given x = 1,110 degrees
Find sinx, cosx, tanx, cotx, secx, cscx, without using a calculator. Each result should be a fraction. No decimals involved...
I don't even know where to begin, i missed a class, so please explain the work fully, Thanks kenny

  • pre-calculus -

    You have some identity formulas...Look them up in your text...they go something like this:
    sinTheta=sin(theta-n*360) and you could use that to find sin1110=sin30
    There are others similar.

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