A chord of a circle is a geometric line segment whose endpoints both lie on the circumference of the circle. A secant or a secant line is the line extension of a chord.
secant? sin(e)? variable as opposed to x or y etc.
Sine and cosine are cofunctions, which means that their angles are complementary. Consequently, sin (90° - x) = cos x. Secant is the reciprocal of cosine so that sec x = 1/(cos x). Knowing these properties of trigonometric functions, among others, will really help you in other advance math courses.
That is the correct spelling of the geometric term "secant."
a secant is a line containing a chord. A secant is a line that intersects the circle twice(or passes through a circle)
The tangent secant angle is the angle between the tangent to a circle and the secant, when the latter is extended.
A secant line is a line that cuts a circle in two places.
The secant function is not defined for odd multipls of 90o.
Secant is a straight line that intersects a curve at two or more points
secant of (A) = cosecant of (90- A) 'A' here is 80 degrees.