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Find the values of the six trigonometric functions of an angle in standard position where the terminal side is going through the point (-1, 1).

Sinθ =
Cosθ=
Tanθ=
Cscθ=
Secθ=
Cotθ=

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    it's clear you are in QII, since y>0 and x<0.

    So, draw your triangle. The hypotenuse is √2, so now you can fill in the table.

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