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Find sin t,cos t and tan t when the terminal side of an angle of t radians passes through ( 3/5 , 4/5) on the unit circle.

find the hypotenuse: sqrt(9/25+16/25)=1
sinT= 4/5 / 1=.8 and so on. 
If csc theta is equals to negative and theta is in the 3rd quadrant?
a.find the other trigonometric function?
b.find the value ofthe angle?
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