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if than of theta is greater than zero
and cos of theta is greater than zero
what quadrant is theta in?

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  1. if tan (YOU MEAN I THINK) of theta is greater than zero
    and cos of theta is greater than zero
    THEN SIN ALSO + BECAUSE TAN = SIN/COS

    WELL THAT ONE IS EASY, FIRST QUADRANT WHERE EVERYTHING IS +

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