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# Is the function value of an angle always equal to the function value of its reference angle?

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Q: Is the function value of an angle always equal to the function value of its reference angle?
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Yes

Usually not.

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### In a 2 - dimensional cartesian coordinate system the y-component of a given vector is equal to the vector magnitude multiplied by which trigonometric function with respect to the angle between vector?

I disagree with the last response. It is implied that the angle you are speaking of is the angle between the x-axis and the vector (this conventionally where the angle of a vector is always measured from). The function you are asking about is the sine function. previous answer: This question is incorrect, first of all you have to tell the angle between vector and what other thing is formed?