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The terminal side of θ lies on a given line in the specified quadrant. Find the values of the six trigonometric functions of θ by finding a point on the line. Line: (55/48)x Quadrant:III

sin(θ)=
cos(θ)=
tan(θ)=
csc(θ)=
sec(θ)=
cot(θ)=

  • trig -

    I will assume you are saying that the line is
    y = (55/48)x
    or one point on the line in quadrant III would be
    (-48,-55)

    then r^2 = (-48)^2 + (-55)^2
    r = √5329 = 73

    sinØ = y/r = -55/73
    cosØ = x/r = -48/73
    etc.

  • trig -

    Line: 4x+3y=0 IV

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