# How do you evaluate #cot((5pi)/6)#?

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To evaluate cot((5π)/6), first find the sine and cosine of the angle.

sin((5π)/6) = 1/2 cos((5π)/6) = -√3/2

Then, use the definition of cotangent: cot(x) = cos(x)/sin(x).

cot((5π)/6) = (cos((5π)/6)) / (sin((5π)/6)) = (-√3/2) / (1/2) = -√3

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