# math trigonometry

By making use of a sketch,determine the value of 10 secant theta plus 13sin theta. And 5tan theta minus 12
equal to zero. (0,90)

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1. I don't understand your question.

Are we looking at two different equations ?
Are we solving 10 sec Ø + 13sinØ = 0
and 5tan Ø - 12 = 0 ????

or .... ?

is (0,90°) the domain?

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