How are the inverse trigonometric functions defined?

kuCAu 2020-11-05 Answered
How are the inverse trigonometric functions defined?
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Usamah Prosser
Answered 2020-11-06 Author has 86 answers

To write how the inverse trigonometric functions are defined?
The basic trigonometric functions are sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secant and cosecant function.
The inverse trigonometric function are defined as the inverse of basic trigonometric functions and it is denoted by sin1x,cos1x,tan1x,cosec1x,sec1x,cot1x

The inverse trigonometric functions are as follows: 

sin1(1x)=cosec1x

cos1(1x)=sec1x

tan1(1x)=cot1x

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