Question #063da

Oct 9, 2016

Explanation:

$\sin \left(3.3\right) \csc \left(3.3\right)$

Using the trig identity $\csc x = \frac{1}{\sin} x$

$\sin \left(3.3\right) \csc \left(3.3\right) = \sin \left(3.3\right) \ast \frac{1}{\sin} \left(3.3\right) = 1$

Oct 9, 2016

The answer is $1$.

Explanation:

Remember that the cosecant of an angle (csc) is the reciprocal of the sine of that angle (sin).
$\csc \theta = \frac{1}{\sin} \theta$

Therefore,
$\sin 3.3 \csc 3.3 = \sin 3.3 \frac{1}{\sin} 3.3 = \sin \frac{3.3}{\sin} 3.3 = 1$.