# Pre-calculus

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find the trig functions of angle x if the terminal side of x passes through the point (-12, 5).

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the angle x is in the 2nd quadrant , hypotenuse is 13 by Pythagoras.

sinx = 5/13
cosx = -12/13
tanx = -5/12

cscx = 13/5
secx = -13/12
cotx = -12/5

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