## What is SEC Cosec and cot?

Secant (sec) is the reciprocal of cosine (cos) Cosecant (cosec) is the reciprocal of sin. Cotangent (cot) is the reciprocal of tan.

### How do you find Cosec cot of SEC?

The cotangent of x is defined to be the cosine of x divided by the sine of x: cot x = cos x sin x . The secant of x is 1 divided by the cosine of x: sec x = 1 cos x , and the cosecant of x is defined to be 1 divided by the sine of x: csc x = 1 sin x .

#### How do you graph a Cosec?

To graph y = csc x, follow these steps:

- Sketch the graph of y = sin x from –4π to 4π, as shown in this figure.
- Draw the vertical asymptotes through the x-intercepts, as the following figure shows.
- Draw y = csc x between the asymptotes and down to (and up to) the sine curve, as shown in the following figure.

**What does a Cosec graph look like?**

The cosecant graph has vertical asymptotes at each value of x where the sine graph crosses the x-axis; we show these in the graph below with dashed vertical lines. Note that, since sine is an odd function, the cosecant function is also an odd function. That is, csc(−x)=−cscx.

**How do you write Cosec in Desmos?**

cosecant. Click on the circles next to each function, reciprocal function, and it’s asymptote. Note that csc(x) will be in Red and sec(x) will be in Blue. Move the k slider at the bottom to change the position of the asymptote.

## What is SEC a cosec A?

Secant, cosecant and cotangent, almost always written as sec, cosec and cot are trigonometric functions like sin, cos and tan. sec x = 1. cos x. cosec x = 1. sin x.

### How do you find cosec?

The cosecant of an angle in a right triangle is a relationship found by dividing the length of the hypotenuse by the length of the side opposite to the given angle. This is the reciprocal of the sine function.

#### What is secant graph?

As with tangent and cotangent, the graph of secant has asymptotes. This is because secant is defined as. The cosine graph crosses the x-axis on the interval. at two places, so the secant graph has two asymptotes, which divide the period interval into three smaller sections.

**What is SEC SEC cosec and cot X?**

Sec, Cosec and Cot. Secant, cosecant and cotangent, almost always written as sec, cosec and cot are trigonometric functions like sin, cos and tan. sec x = 1. cos x. cosec x = 1. sin x. cot x = 1 = cos x. tan x sin x. Note, sec x is not the same as cos -1 x (sometimes written as arccos x).

**What is the difference between secsecant and cosec?**

Secant, cosecant and cotangent, almost always written as sec, cosec and cot are trigonometric functions like sin, cos and tan. sec x = 1. cos x. cosec x = 1. sin x. cot x = 1 = cos x. tan x sin x. Note, sec x is not the same as cos -1 x (sometimes written as arccos x). Remember, you cannot divide by zero and so these definitions are only valid

## What is secsec x = 1 cos x?

sec x = 1 cos x. cosec x = 1 sin x cot x = 1 = cos x tan x sin x. Note, sec x is not the same as cos-1 x (sometimes written as arccos x).

### What are the new trigonometric functions cosec and secant?

This unit looks at three new trigonometric functions cosecant (cosec), secant (sec) and cotan- gent (cot). These are not entirely new because they are derived from the three functions sine, cosine and tangent.