Q. 9 B

# Find the value of

sec (-1470^{0})

Answer :

To find: Value of sec (-1470°)

We have,

sec (-1470°) = sec (1470°)

[∵ sec(-θ) = sec θ]

= sec [90° × 16 + 30°]

Clearly, 1470° is in I^{st} Quadrant and the multiple of 90° is even

= sec 30°

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