Write y= -3/4 csc-1 (1/3)(x-3) + (2π/3) in terms of the other 5 inverse trig functions

Write y= -3/4 csc-1 (1/3)(x-3) + (2π/3) in terms of the other 5 inverse trig functions

In integration, it is given as: Integration of 1/(1-x^2)^(1/2) = sin^-1 (x) and Integration of 1/(1-x^2)^(1/2) = - cos^-1 (x) Does this...

Solve for x: sin (inverse) x + sin (inverse) 2x = pi/3 [ sin (inverse) refers to the inverse function of sine. Also written as sin^-1 ]

Find the derivative of tan-1(1/t) I have seen other answers online but they are really hard to follow. I thought you would need to use the product rule. Not...

just prove

2tan-1 ([√(a-b)÷√(a+b)] ×tan (x\2 )) = cos -1 (acosx+b/a+bcosx)

just prove

this problem by all accounts seems unsolvable. because you get 136 and and that isn't in between 180 and 270. What am I doing wrong??

Find the inverse of the function and also the domain. f(x) = 12sin(14x)

Evaluate In degrees: 1. Sin^-1 (-2pi) 2. arctan (- square root 3/3) 3. sin (cos^-1(- square root 3/2) Evaluate in...

sin(alpha) = 0.195946 implies alpha = tan(beta) = 0.818491 implies beta = sec(theta) = 2.5913 implies theta = Find the following to one decimal place. Show me how you...

A drone plane moving at 70m/s, flies horizontally at an altitude of 400 meters directly over a radar station. Let 'O' be the angle of elevation of the drone. What is the rate of change of the angle...

If M&m are maximum and minimum values of f(x), then thier arithmetic mean is equal to

Here is my equation: cosA=b/c. Now, I want to isolate A on the left-hand side. It is my understanding that cosA is a calculated value. "A" has a degree value, but cos has no numerical value...

Cos does not have any numerical meaning by itself, but cosA has a distinct value. If we multiply that value by its inverse, I can understand how we produce an answer of one. But how does that process...

I believe that calculators are not allowed, because the final answer is supposed to be exact. Thanks

I dont get how to do this, the problme is sinx=.3 you have to take the inverse of n.3 and you get .305 (round) but the i dont know where to go from there, you need 2 solutions and .305...

solve for x

Find the formula for the inverse of the function.\\ f(x)=(1+ex)/(1-ex•) f-1(x)=

please answer, i dont understand how to go about this problem.

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