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How do you find the exact circular function value of csc(-23pi/6)? I don't know how to do the pi symbol on the keyboard.

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    first find the smallest positive coterminal angle to your given angle

    -23π/6 = -24π/6 + π/6 --- >

    so csc(-23π/6) = csc π/6
    = 1/sin π/6
    = 1/(1/2)
    = 2

    check with your calculator, (make sure you are set to radians)

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