# How do you solve #csc[tan^-1 (-2)] #?

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To solve csc[tan⁻¹(-2)], first find the angle θ such that tan(θ) = -2. Then, use the reciprocal trigonometric identities to find the value of csc(θ). So, you find θ = tan⁻¹(-2) and then evaluate csc(θ).

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