Given sin theta = 3/5 and 0 is in quad 2, find Cos theta and tan theta
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Prove the following identities: 1. (tan theta  sin theta)^2 + (1cos theta)^2 = (1sec theta) ^2 2. (12cos^2 theta) / sin theta cos theta = tan theta  cot theta 3. (sin theta + cos theta ) ^2 + (sin theta  cos theta ) ^2 = 2 Thank you so much! :)

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Given sin theta = 3/5 and 0 is in quad 2, find Cos theta and tan theta

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can you correct the rest for me please? Express each as a function of theta: a. sin (270deg + theta)= cos theta b. cos (pi + theta)= cos theta c. tan (810 + theta)= ????? d. sin (theta  180)= sin theta

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can you correct the rest for me please? Express each as a function of theta: a. sin (270deg + theta)= cos theta b. cos (pi + theta)= cos theta c. tan (810 + theta)= ????? d. sin (theta  180)= sin theta

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can you correct the rest for me please? Express each as a function of theta: a. sin (270deg + theta)= cos theta b. cos (pi + theta)= cos theta c. tan (810 + theta)= ????? d. sin (theta  180)= sin theta

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