posted by ALISON

find the exact values of the six trig functions of the angle.








I've tried this question over and over again and i cannot get it right. i believe -750 is in the fourth quadrant but I'm not sure. can someone solve this question for me. thanks!


    oh and its in degrees.


    nevermind, figured it out.

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