PreCal
posted by Hannah .
1) Verify that the xvalues are solutions of the equation.
csc x  2 = 0
a) x=pi/6 b)x=5pi/6
I know that csc x = 2 but I do not know what to do now.

If csc x = 2, sin x = 1/2.
The angles with sin = 1/2 are 30 degrees (pi/6) and 150 degrees (5 pi/6).
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