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OpenStudy (anonymous):

okay now think what you can cancel?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

the cos theta?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yup!
so what do you get?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

(1/sin theta)cos theta

OpenStudy (anonymous):

is that really it? thats all...?

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

once you cancel the cos theta, there's no cos theta left

OpenStudy (anonymous):

you're only left with sin theta

OpenStudy (anonymous):

right?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yeah, X) thanks so much!

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:)

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Just a friendly reminder. The sin theta is in the denominator of the fraction, so 1 over sine theta is equivalent to cosecant theta, or \[\frac{ 1 }{\sin \Theta }=\csc \Theta \]

OpenStudy (anonymous):

right the ques however only asked in terms of sin

OpenStudy (anonymous):

oops, well, as long as he/she left it in the denominator. Many students tend to write the answer without the 1 on top.