cos-1(cos(47pi/12) arcsin(tan(-pi/6)) csc-1(cos(2017pi/2018)) cot(arcsin(1/2 csc(-11pi/4)))

cos-1(cos(47pi/12) arcsin(tan(-pi/6)) csc-1(cos(2017pi/2018)) cot(arcsin(1/2 csc(-11pi/4)))

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