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  1. Pressing [2nd] and [TRIG] displays a menu of all available trigonometric functions.
  2. The arcsine is represented as menu item [SIN^-1].
  3. Select the function from the menu, enter the value and press [=].
  4. A word of caution:
  • Before you calculate any inverse trigonometric function value, make sure the angle unit is correct. (Degree or radian).

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