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Unformatted text preview: les of the period, which in these cases is π . The reader is encouraged to check the answers found in Example 10.6.7 - both analytically and with the calculator (see Section 10.6.3). With practice, the inverse trigonometric functions will become as familiar to you as the square root function. Speaking of practice . . . 13 In our humble opinion, of course! 720 Foundations of Trigonometry 10.6.5 Exercises 1. Find the exact value of the following. (a) arcsin (−1) √ 3 2 √ 2 (c) arcsin − 2 (f) arcsin (b) arcsin − (d) arcsin − 1 2 (e) arcsin (0) (g) arcsin (h) arcsin 1 2 √ 2 2 √ 3 2 (i) arcsin (1) 2. Find the exact value of the following. (a) arccos (−1) √ 3 (b) arccos − 2 √ 2 (c) arccos − 2 1 (d) arccos − 2 (e) arccos (0) (f) arccos 1 2 √ 2 2 (g) arccos √ 3 2 (h) arccos (i) arccos (1) 3. Find the exact value of the following. √ (a) arctan − 3 (b) arctan (−1) √ 3 (c) arctan − 3 (d) arctan (0) √ (e) arctan 3 3 (f) arctan (1) √ (g) arctan 3 4. Find the exact value...
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