# Mathematics-trigonometry

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If sin theta=24 divide by 25 and theta is acute..make use of a diagram to determine the value of 7(tanø-secø)

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recognize that we have a 7-24-25 triangle, so if
sinθ = 24/25,
cosθ = 7/25

now plug in the needed values

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