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If $x=\tan 15^{\circ},y=cosec 75^{\circ}$ and $z=4 \sin 18^{\circ}$ then :
\[\begin {array} {1 1} (a)\;x < y < z & \quad (b)\;y < z < x \\ (c)\;z < x < y & \quad (d)\;x < z < y \end {array}\]
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(a) x < y < z
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