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vysero

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cot(arcsin(x))

my awnser:

cot= x/(1-x)^1/2

The online program were suppose to use says im wrong but im not sure what I did wrong.

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vysero

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cot(arcsin(x))

my awnser:

cot= x/(1-x)^1/2

The online program were suppose to use says im wrong but im not sure what I did wrong.

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SammyS

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What's the question that you're trying to answer?Here is my problem:

cot(arcsin(x))

my answer:

cot= x/(1-x)^1/2

The online program were suppose to use says im wrong but im not sure what I did wrong.

The answer you give makes no sense whatsoever.

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Mark44

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The problem boils down to evaluating cot(θ).

Your answer SHOULD NOT start with "cot =" since cot by itself is meaningless in this context. If you are doing your work on paper, your work should start with cot(arcsin(x)) = ... and end up with what you found, which is actually not too far off.

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Now, what is the length of the

You are missing a square in your answer.

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