arcsine.pdf
arcsine.pdf

How do you find the Inverse of a Trigonometric Functions

Unit 7: Trigonometry as a Real-Valued Functions
Lesson 10 of 13

Big Idea: Why does my calculator give me a negative angle for sine and tangent when the angle's terminal side is in quadrant II?

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Math, Trigonometry, unit circle, inverse trigonometric functions, radian measure, domain restrictions
60 minutes

Katharine Sparks

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