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Use the fundamental identities to find the value of the trigonometric function.

Find csc θ if cot θ = -\sqrt(15) and θ is in quadrant II.

Find csc θ if cot θ = -\sqrt(15) and θ is in quadrant II.

Step 1

To determine the value of cosec (θ).

Step 2

**Given information:**

The trigonometric functions are given below.

Step 3

**Used concept:**

Pythagoras theorem:

Let hypotenuse is z, perp...

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