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posted by Abbey .
Find the values of Q in degrees and radians without the aid of a calculator.
a) cotQ = sqrt 3 / 3
b) secQ = sqrt2

a) tan Q = sqrt3
What angle has that tangent? You should know. Consider a 306090 right triangle.
b) cos Q = 1/sqrt2 = 0.707
sin Q would be the same.
What is Q when tanQ = 1?
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