Cosecant is the reciprocal of sine. To find the cosecant of an angle using a calculator, find the sine of that angle (using the Sin button) and then divide 1 by the result.
It is short for sine (pronouncing it as sin annoys many maths teachers). Check this site out for detailed info. http://www.clarku.edu/~djoyce/trig/
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you have to do the arcsin which is sin-1 on your calculator. i have not met anyone in my life who can do sin or arcsin in their head. not even my college teachers. your theta is equal to 20degrees
0.4226 (not rounded) all you do is type in your number then press sin if you are doing these calculations on the computer but if you are on a calculator then you would press sin and then the number. Just learned trig in my geometry class, its fun and easy. Glad I could help out with this. Thanks, Kayla
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Google's calculator result for sin(7) = 0.656986599
2nd sin, simple
well in order to get sine b you will have to got to your calculator and reverse the equation ... in other words on the calculator you will see sin-1 you will hit that and in the parenthesis you put .96 .so it should look like this sin-1(.96) and you qet your answer .!
If 1 is a radian measure, using a calculator, sin(1)=0.84147
You can use the inverse of sin when you want to solve an equation where x is the angle you're trying to find. Say sin(x)=32/50 Since you can't plug "x" into your calculator, use the arc sin (represented on your calculator by sin -1) on both sides to get rid of the sin. This is how it would plug into your calculator: sin-1 (32/50) Whatever the answer is would be what "x" equals.
Most scientific calculators come with a button that says SIN, or they have it under a secondary option usually accessed by pressing the SHIFT or 2ND first then the key sub labeled SIN.
According to my Windows calculator.... 0.75
The "sin" button on a calculator gives the sine trigonometric ratio of the given angle.
If sin(A) = 0.42 then A = arcsin(0.42).On calculators, the arcsin key is usually reached by using another key before the sin key, and is shown as "sin to the power -1".Make sure that your calculator is set to degrees rather than radians (to check this, try sin(90). If the answer is 1 the calculator is in degree mode; if it is 0.8940 it is in radian mode.
1. Be sure that your graphing calculator is in degree mode. 2. Press sin( 3. Press 72, ) 4. Press Enter The calculator shows: .9510565163 5. Round to .95 Answer: sin 72° = .95
x = sin-1 (4/15) ( sin -1 is [SHIFT] [sin] on a calculator ) = 15.5