# What is the domain of #f(x)=cscx#?

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The question gets much easier if we recall that, by definition, the function you're dealing with is

Being a fraction, we have to make sure that the denominator is non-zero; and since there are no roots or logarithms, it is the only thing we have to study.

The domain of the function will thus be the following set:

The sine function is defined as the projection of a point on the unit circle on the

The only two points which are on both the unit circle and on the

Finally, our answer is ready: we need to exclude from the domain all the points of the form