PreCalculus
posted by Erika .
2secx= 3cscx

Are we solving ?
if so, then
2/cosx = 3/sinx
2sinx = 3cosx
sinx/cosx = 3/2
tan x = 3/2 = 1/5
x = 56.3° or 236.3°
change the setting on your calculator to radians if you need the angles in radians
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