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The cosine of 52 degrees is about .6157 . The inverse cosine of .6157 is 52 degrees.
52 degrees is a measure of an angle. .6157 is a distance. The cosine of an angle results in a distance, while the inverse cosine of a distance results in an angle. There is no such thing as the inverse cosine of an angle, just as there is no such thing as the cosine of a distance. It's like asking "How heavy is one hour?"
If you're asking how to calculate a cosine or inverse cosine on your calculator, please specify the make and model of the calculator.
Posted on Jan 08, 2013
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