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leroyjenkens

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I solved it and got [tex]\frac{x^2}{2} = arcsiny + c[/tex]

I think that's right.

Now the next part of the equation requires me to find the solution of this equation that passes through the point (0,1).

That means I plug 1 in for y and 0 in for x? But [tex]arcsin(1)[/tex] would give me an answer in degrees or radians, wouldn't it?

I'm solving for C, right? Shouldn't I just get a number and not an angle?

Thanks.