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Use trigonometric identities to find sec theta, given that tan theta = Radical 5/ 3.

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Use
sec²(θ) =1+tan²(θ)

sec²(θ) = 1+(√(5/3))²
= 34/9
=>
sec(θ) = √(34) / 3

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