TrigValue of angle degree
posted by Amy .
For the angle degree 0,
i don't understand how for
sin it's 0 and
then for cos it's 1
and then for csc it's undefined.
How would I get that algebraically?
wouldn't it be just a line so how would I get the different values?
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