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Use a right triangle to write csc(arccos(3*x/2)) as an expression of x that does not involve trig or inverse trig functions.

Step 1

Given:

The expression csc(arccos(3x/2))

Step 2

Let u=arcos(3x/2)

Then

Step 3

Sketch a right triangle w...

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