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During the 1930s the new deal legislation was proposed by president Franklin Roosevelt to bring the US out of the great depression

What economic function does the government attempt to correct for in market failures like monopolies

Protection from foreign enemies is established in the Constitutional promise to provide for what

The sharing of ideas and experimental findings with others

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What is co-secant in Trigonometry?

It is the reciprocal of the sine ratio.


What are functions in trigonometry?

The basic functions of trigonometry are: sine cosine tangent secant cosecant cotangent


What are the six trigonometry function?

sine, cosine, tangent, cosecant, secant, cotangent.


What is the mathematical definition of secant?

Secant is a line that crosses two points on a curve. It is used in relation to cosines and tangents in trigonometry and is derived from the Latin word Secare, which means to cut.


What is trigonometry of reciprocal relation?

cosecant = 1/sine secant = 1/cosine cotangent = 1/tangent


What are the functions of trigonometry?

The six basic functions of trigonometry are the sine, cosine, tangent, cosecant, secant, and cotangent functions. Abbreviated sin, cos, tan, csc, sec, cot.


Sincos trigonometry equal?

No.


What is reciprocal in trigonometry?

The inverse of sine (sin) is cosecant (csc). The inverse of cosine (cos) is secant (sec). The inverse of tangent (tan) is cotangent (cot).


In trigonometry what are three values that are not defined?

Cosecant of k*pi radians Secant of 0.5*(2k+1)*pi radiansCotangent of k*pi radianswhere k is an integer.


A secant is a line or segment that passes through a circle in two places?

In trigonometry, secent is the ratio hypotenuse:adjacent. In other words, it is 1/cos x. It is written as sec x.


Average velocity is equal to the slope of a secant line through two points on which graph?

All of them...?


Does trignometry secant relate to circles secant?

yes

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