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The Act: Inverse trigonometry

The Act: Inverse trigonometry | Calculus | Scoop.it
The functions asin, acos and atan are together the three principal inverse trigonometric functions; that is they are the inverse of the sine, cosine and tangent functions, the commonest trigonometric functions that describe all the ...
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Esther Samuel's curator insight, March 30, 2014 6:40 PM

Hi students, I would like for you to have a read over this website then answer the following questions.

1. How does using an inverse trigonometry rule differ from using a basic trigonometry rule? When would this method be easier to use? 

2. Using what you have just learnt solve for angle A if a=25 and b=45 (you will need to use Pythagoras to solve this)

Remember if you know someone who is struggling to understand the concepts, teaching them helps not only them but you as well.

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Mathematics

Mathematics | Calculus | Scoop.it
The study of quantities through analysis, deduction and calculation - including mathematics, operational research and statistics...
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