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- Homework Statement
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- Relevant Equations
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eg ##\cos (\sin x)##

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eg ##\cos (\sin x)##

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Asking this question out of curiosity.

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I don't see how you're going to be able to get anything simpler than that.Homework Statement::.

Relevant Equations::.

eg ##\cos (\sin x)##

Asking this question out of curiosity.

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Thank you this is the best answer I got :D

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##Cos^2(sinx)+ Sin^2(sinx)=1##

So that ##Cos(sinx)=\sqrt {1-Sin^2(sinx)}##?

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I thought of something like this, as well as a Taylor or Maclaurin series, but none of these seemed like they would serve to simplify the given expression.

##Cos^2(sinx)+ Sin^2(sinx)=1##

So that ##Cos(sinx)=\sqrt {1-Sin^2(sinx)}##?

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