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Solve Equationsusing Inverse Trigonometry Functions - Example 2

In trigonometry and mathematics in general, an inverse trigonometric function is a function that is the inverse of another trigonometric function. For example, the inverse sine of an angle is the angle whose sine is that same angle.

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should have sod to find what X degrees is if the sign of X is one half. Now, if you're using a traditional graphing calculator, you would type this Ian with your second. And then you would do the inverse of Psalm, which has that explained of negative one. And it's right above the sign. He and then a parentheses should come up and you'll be one divided by she. So I've pulled up in online graphing calculator so we can see how that works. So here we're gonna type in the inverse of sign and see a parentheses has shown up. So we're going to divide one the valid by so and that tells me that the inverse operation is 30 degrees. So this means that my eggs equals 30 degrees, so sign of 30 degrees is one half.

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