You are given the following information about

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### Guidance

You can use the Pythagorean, Tangent and Reciprocal Identities to find all six trigonometric values for certain angles. Let’s walk through a few examples so that you understand how to do this.

#### Example A

Given that and , find .

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Solution:
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Use the Pythagorean Identity to find
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Because is in the first quadrant, we know that sine will be positive.

#### Example B

Find of from Example A.

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Solution:
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Use the Tangent Identity to find
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#### Example C

Find the other three trigonometric functions of from Example.

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Solution:
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To find secant, cosecant, and cotangent use the Reciprocal Identities.

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Concept Problem Revisit
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First, use the Pythagorean Identity to find .

However, because is restricted to the second quadrant, the cosine must be negative. Therefore, .

Now use the Tangent Identity to find .

### Guided Practice

Find the values of the other five trigonometric functions.

1.

2.

#### Answers

1. First, we know that is in the second quadrant, making sine positive and cosine negative. For this problem, we will use the Pythagorean Identity to find secant.

If , then . because the numerator value of tangent is the sine and it has the same denominator value as cosine. and from the Reciprocal Identities.

2. is in the third quadrant, so both sine and cosine are negative. The reciprocal of , will give us . Now, use the Pythagorean Identity to find cosine.

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### Practice

- In which quadrants is the sine value positive? Negative?
- In which quadrants is the cosine value positive? Negative?
- In which quadrants is the tangent value positive? Negative?

Find the values of the other five trigonometric functions of .

- Aside from using the identities, how else can you find the values of the other five trigonometric functions?
- Given that and is in the quadrant, what is ?
- Given that and is in the quadrant, what is ?