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Find the value of sec theta for angle theta in standard position if the point at (–2, –4) lies on its terminal side.

If 0° lessthanorequalto x lessthanorequalto 360°, solve the equation sec x = –2.

The terminal side of an angle theta in standard position coincides with the line 4x + y = 0 in Quadrant II. Find sec theta to the nearest thousandth.

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the terminal side of an angle in standard position coincides with the line y=x in quadrant I. find tan to the nearest thousandth

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