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find the 6 trigonometric functions of tan (-3/8): sin < Ø

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    find the 6 trigonometric functions of θ, where tanθ = -3/8 and θ < π

    then, knowing that the hypotenuse is √(3^2+8^2) = √73,

    sinθ = 8/√73
    cosθ = -3/√73
    . . .

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