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Note the quadrant. Using the proper sign, show how you use a Pythagorean Identity to find cos theta(what is its sign in Q2). Then you can use a Quotient Identity to find tan theta. Ensure that it’s sign is correct in Q2. Rationalization the denominator and simplify as much as possible.

Find tan θ, given that sin θ
and θ is in quadrant II.
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