math(please help)
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1) Find two values of o that satisfy the equation. Give your answers in degrees and radians. Do not use a calculator.
(a) sec o = 2
(b) sec 0 = 2

math(please help) 
Marth
sec(x) = 1/cos(x). So all you need to do is find where cos(x) = 1/2 or 1/(2).
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