Q: What is the value of inverse of hyperbolic sin 1 in trigonometry?

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If you reflect a function across the line y=x, you will have a graph of the inverse. For trigonometric problems: y = sin(x) has the inverse x=sin(y) or y = sin-1(x)

The inverse of sine (sin) is cosecant (csc). The inverse of cosine (cos) is secant (sec). The inverse of tangent (tan) is cotangent (cot).

For example. d/dx sin^-1 X = 1/sqrt(1 - x^2) Probably derived from the Pythagorean theorem.

type the value of sine in the calculator and press 2ND SIN for sin-1, or press 2ND SIN for sin-1 and type the value of sine, because -sin(.xxxx) = angle known as inverse sine

In radians. sin(1.0003) = 0.8416330376 ===================

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If you reflect a function across the line y=x, you will have a graph of the inverse. For trigonometric problems: y = sin(x) has the inverse x=sin(y) or y = sin-1(x)

The inverse of sine (sin) is cosecant (csc). The inverse of cosine (cos) is secant (sec). The inverse of tangent (tan) is cotangent (cot).

The inverse of sin inverse (4/11) is simply 4/11.

Yes of course cosec x is the inverse of sin x by definition in trigonometry sin x=opp. side/hypotenuse cosec x= hypotenuse/opp.side thank u

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For example. d/dx sin^-1 X = 1/sqrt(1 - x^2) Probably derived from the Pythagorean theorem.

type the value of sine in the calculator and press 2ND SIN for sin-1, or press 2ND SIN for sin-1 and type the value of sine, because -sin(.xxxx) = angle known as inverse sine

In radians. sin(1.0003) = 0.8416330376 ===================

to find the measure of an angle. EX: if sin A = 0.1234, then inv sin (0.1234) will give you the measure of angle A

Trigonometry includes 12 baisic functions. Sine, Cosine, and Tangent are the three most baisic. Each of those functions has a reciprocal. Cosine's reciprocal is Secant, Sine reciprocal is Cosecant, and Tangent's reciprocal is Cotangent. Each of those six functions has an inverse funcion called Inverse Sine, Cos etc... or Arcsine, Arcosine, Arcsecant, etc.... The shorthand for each function is sin, caos, tan, sec, csc, cot. The inverses have a -1 notation like sin-1.

The uses of Sin, Cos etc. in Maths is in relation to Trigonometry. Trigonometry is the study of the relationship between angles and lengths of triangles.

The arcsine is the angle whose sine is equal to the given value. arcsine is also called sine inverse (sin-1 ) if sin 30o = 1/2 , then sin-1 1/2 = 30o