**If Sin 4 Theta Cos 4 Theta K 4 Then Sin 2 Theta Cos 2 Theta Is**. How can we deal with arbitrary a and b? Find csc(theta), tan (theta), and cos (theta), where theta is the angle shown in the figure.

Find csc(theta), tan (theta), and cos (theta), where theta is the angle shown in the figure. GI is a midsegment of △HJK. If you've ever taken a ferris wheel ride then you know about periodic motion, you go up and down over and over.

### First let's write the terms in a standard form and use x instead of theta.

How can we deal with arbitrary a and b?

Find csc(theta), tan (theta), and cos (theta), where theta is the angle shown in the figure. See all questions in Double Angle Identities. If you've ever taken a ferris wheel ride then you know about periodic motion, you go up and down over and over.