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Is Sin^-1 X = (Sin X ) ^ -1 ??

from my book ... it stated :

f(x) = Sin ^-1 X

f'(x) = 1/(1-X^2)^1/2

instead of f'(x) = -cot X / sin X

Why is it so ???

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# Is Sin^-1 X = (Sin X ) ^ -1 ?from my book it stated :f(x) =

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