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Express in terms of sin \(\theta \) only:

\(\frac{cos\theta}{sin\theta}\)

Rauhan  Dec 22, 2017
edited by Rauhan  Dec 22, 2017

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\(\frac{\pm\sqrt{1-\sin^2\theta}}{\sin\theta}\)

 

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I don't think that this is correct anymore, but I don't know what the correct answer is.

hectictar  Dec 22, 2017
edited by hectictar  Dec 23, 2017
edited by hectictar  Dec 23, 2017
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= +, - [sqrt(1 - sin^2(theta))] / sin(theta)

Guest Dec 22, 2017
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can u write this equation in the latex thingy so i can understand more clearly

Rauhan  Dec 22, 2017
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\(\frac{\pm\sqrt{1-\sin^2\theta}}{\sin\theta}\)

 

*edit*

 

I don't think that this is correct anymore, but I don't know what the correct answer is.

hectictar  Dec 22, 2017
edited by hectictar  Dec 23, 2017
edited by hectictar  Dec 23, 2017
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the correct answer is

\(\frac{1-sin^2\theta}{sin\theta}\)

Rauhan  Dec 24, 2017

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