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How do I find the reference angle in radicals given the value of cosecant 5 pi/6?

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Steve
If the given angle is θ, and the reference angle is Ø, then Ø is always in QI.
If θ is in Q1, Ø = θ
in QII, Ø = πθ
in QIII, Ø = θπ
in QIV, Ø = 2πθ
so, in this case, your reference angle is pi  5pi/6 = pi/6
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