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Student:
Chintal Patel
Date:
12/06/2007
Time:
3:30:59 PM
Instructor:
Gary Penner
Course:
Fall 07, Math 1316.8003, Plane
Trigonometry
Book:
Lial: Trigonometry, 8e
ENHANCED
Assignment:
Assignment #23
(Section
6.1)
1.
Determine if
is in the domain of the inverse
function.
Is
in the domain of inverse
?
2.
Find the exact value, in radians, of the
expression
.
Choose the correct answer.
3.
Find the exact value, in radians, of the
expression
. Use a graph to
help picture the problem.
(Type an exact answer, using
as
needed.)
4.
Find the exact value, in radians, of the
expression
. Use a graph to
help picture the problem.
(Type an exact answer, using
as
needed.)
5.
Find the exact value, in radians, of the
expression
. Use a graph of
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Chintal Patel
Date:
12/06/2007
Time:
3:30:59 PM
Instructor:
Gary Penner
Course:
Fall 07, Math 1316.8003, Plane
Trigonometry
Book:
Lial: Trigonometry, 8e
ENHANCED
Assignment:
Assignment #23
(Section
6.1)
6.
Find the exact value, in radians, of the
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