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Unformatted text preview: of the following. √ (a) arccot − 3 (b) arccot (−1) √ 3 (c) arccot − 3 (d) arccot (0) √ (e) arccot 3 3 (f) arccot (1) √ (g) arccot 3 10.6 The Inverse Trigonometric Functions 721 5. Find the exact value of the following. (a) arcsec (2) (b) arccsc (2) √ (c) arcsec 2 √ (d) arccsc 2 √ 23 (e) arcsec 3 (f) arccsc √ 23 3 (g) arcsec (1) (h) arccsc (1) 6. Assume that the range of f (x) = arcsec(x) is 0, π 3π ∪ π, 2 2 when finding the exact value of the following. (a) arcsec (−2) √ (b) arcsec − 2 √ 23 (c) arcsec − 3 (d) arcsec (−1) 7. Assume that the range of f (x) = arccsc(x) is 0, π 3π ∪ π, when finding the exact value 2 2 of the following. (a) arccsc (−2) √ (b) arccsc − 2 8. Repeat Exercise 6 using 0, (a) arcsec (−2) √ (b) arcsec − 2 √ 23 (c) arccsc − 3 (d) arccsc (−1) π π ∪ , π as the range of f (x) = arcsec(x). 2 2 √ 23 (c) arcsec − 3 (d) arcsec (−1) π π 9. Repeat Exercise 7 using − , 0 ∪ 0, as the range of f (x) = arccsc(x). 2 2 √ (a) arccsc (−2) 23 (c) arccsc − 3 √ (b) arccsc − 2 (d) arccs...
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2013 for the course MATH Algebra taught by Professor Wong during the Fall '13 term at Chicago Academy High School.

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