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Cosec Function I do not kow how to use Cosec with my Calculator. CosecLx(latitude desired) = Cosec Lv(latitude of Vertex) x Sec Dvx (distance of the vertex) Cosec Lx = Cosec 37.593 x Sec 10 degrees I got it worked out with a program. My question is how to use the functions on my TI-36X. Cosec??? and Sec???

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  • Anchorman Oct 04, 2007

    Thank you. I found a different way to do it. Well an easier way.

  • Anonymous Mar 02, 2009

    where do i find cosec on da calculator i need to solve -3 cosec cubed ( pie / 2) all divided by 4

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Cosec = 1/sin and sec = 1/cos

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