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Here it is:

arcsin(sin 3(pi))

i would really appreciate ur help, and thxs before hand.

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Here it is:

arcsin(sin 3(pi))

i would really appreciate ur help, and thxs before hand.

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Hurkyl

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Do it one step at a time. To what is sin 3(pi) equal?

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0 right. Is that the awnser, huh?

I was told it was pi/2.

I was told it was pi/2.

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You were told? By whom?

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oh, and thxs for the help

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No. What's the domain for the arcsin function? A function only has one possible y (range) for any given value of x (domain).cdhotfire said:

oh, and thxs for the help

0 is not the final answer (the quoted post suggests you know that). Instead you have to find a value within the domain of the arcsin function that has a sine of 0.

The variation is if, instead of asking the arcsine, the question asks for all possible values for [tex]\theta[/tex] that have some given value for sine.

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ooh, ok, thank very much, take care. :rofl: :rofl:

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