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Given that tan θ = - (√3/8) and θ is in QII, find the exact value of
a. r =
b. csc θ
c. cos θ
d. cot θ

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    a. If you are only given the value of Į , you cannot deduce the value of the radius r.

    b. Į = pi - 0.213 rad
    = 2.929 rad
    csc Į = 4.739

    c. cos Į = -0.977

    d. cot ƒÆ = 1/(tan ƒÆ )= - (8/(ã3)

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