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solve over the indicated interval expressed in degrees to 2 decimal places. sec(theta/2)=1.4275, 0<theta<360degrees

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    sec(A/2) = 1.4275
    cos(A/2) = 1/1.4275 = 0.70053
    A/2 = 45.53
    A = 91.06o

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