# algebra

evaluate csc 7pi/6

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1. 1/sin (7pi/6)

7 pi/6 is pi/6 or 30 degrees below -y axis in quadrant 3
so
sin 7 pi/6 = -1/2

inverse is csc = -2

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posted by Damon

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