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CSC([tex]\pi[/tex]/2 - x) = SinX OR 1 / SinX?

What about

CSC

^{2}([tex]\pi[/tex]/2 -x)?

Does

COT([tex]\pi[/tex]/2 + x) = -TanX or 1/-TanX?

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CSC([tex]\pi[/tex]/2 - x) = SinX OR 1 / SinX?

What about

CSC

Does

COT([tex]\pi[/tex]/2 + x) = -TanX or 1/-TanX?

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csc ( \\pi - x) = secx

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Dick

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csc ( \\pi - x) = secx

It does NOT. HelloMotto, don't you have some kind of opinion on a multiple choice question like this? You could at least substitute some values in for x.

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Whoops, I meant csc(pi/2 - x) = secx

It was a mistake on my behalf.

It was a mistake on my behalf.

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Dick

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Whoops, I meant csc(pi/2 - x) = secx

It was a mistake on my behalf.

Now I'll believe that one. It's all up to HelloMotto now.

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