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this isn't hw just wanted to know what the values are.
tan -1 (infinity) = pi/2
tan-1 (0) = 0
what is sin -1 infinty and cos -1 infinity?
tan -1 (infinity) = pi/2
tan-1 (0) = 0
what is sin -1 infinty and cos -1 infinity?
The second one is correct, but not the first one. What you can say, though, is thatthis isn't hw just wanted to know what the values are.
tan -1 (infinity) = pi/2
tan-1 (0) = 0
The domain for sin^{-1}(x) is usually taken as [-pi/2, pi/2], and the domain for cos^{-1}(x) is usually taken as [0, pi]. These intervals are chosen to make these function one-to-one, which a function has to be in order for it to have an inverse.what is sin -1 infinty and cos -1 infinity?