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Solve Equationsusing Inverse Trigonometry Functions - Example 4

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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patients to find what X is if the son of X equals one divided by the square root of two. So in a traditional calculator, you would type this in a second, and then you're under the inverse of sign, which is gonna be signed with that negative one X opponent That's gonna be right above your son button. And then a parenthesis was pop up. You're one divided by you wanna know? Put another parentheses for your square root of two and then double your ending parentheses. So I've opened an online calculator so we can type this in and find our answer. So when I type it in, we'll do the in verse of sign. We have one divided by I'm gonna put another parentheses square root of two. And that tells me that the inverse operation of one divided by square root of two is 45 degrees. So this tells me that X equals 45 degrees

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