Post1330_section5.4b_fri

# Post1330_section5.4b_fri - Section 5.4b Inverse...

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Section 5.4b – Inverse Trigonometric Functions and Models 1 Section 5.4b Inverse Trigonometric Functions and Models Here is a summary of properties that maybe helpful when evaluating inverse trigonometric functions: x x = - )) ( sin(sin 1 when ] 1 , 1 [ - x x x = - )) ( cos(cos 1 when ] 1 , 1 [ - x x x = - )) ( tan(tan 1 when ) , ( -∞ x x x = - )) (sin( sin 1 when - 2 , 2 π x x x = - )) (cos( cos 1 when [ ] , 0 x x x = - )) (tan( tan 1 when - 2 , 2 x Example 1: Evaluate )) 2 ( cos(arccos - Example 2: Evaluate 1 4 sin sin 7 - . Example 3: Evaluate ( 29 ( 29 arccos cos . Example 4: Evaluate 3 2 tan arctan Example 5: Evaluate 3 5 sin arcsin .

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## This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course MATH 1330 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Houston.

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Post1330_section5.4b_fri - Section 5.4b Inverse...

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