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...or **cosine** that is greater than 1 or smaller than -1. Also it should be noted that the **inverse** sine/**cosine** function is not the same as 1/sine or 1/**cosine**, although the symbol makes it look like

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...**inverse** **cosine**, press 2ND [cos^-1], enter the number or expression, then press ENTER. For example, to take the **inverse** **cosine** of .25, press 2ND [cos^-1] . 2 5 ENTER. Make sure you have the proper ...

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...**inverse** sine, **cosine** etc fine. However, today I tried inputting arcsin(20/1) which means **inverse** sin(20/1) but it says math: ERROR. HELP??? The sine and **cosine** function have a range between [-1, 1]. ...

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how can i use **inverse** **cosine** Ti-30xa Enter the value then press 2nd COS. For example, to calculate the **inverse** **cosine** of 0.5, press . 5 2nd COS =

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...**inverse** **cosine** function is defined for arguments from -1 to +1. 6 is outside of this domain, thus the error. Do you get an error if you try the **inverse** **cosine** of 0.6, for example? If you're getting ...

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...**inverse** **cosine**, and **inverse** tangent problems for a few hours now but all of a sudden when i put in this one problem it gives me: ERR:DOMAIN. im not sure what is wrong... I've changed the batteries, ...

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...**inverse** of the **cosine** function. If you remember the properties of the **cosine** functions, you know that cos(x) is defined over the real line ]- infinity to infinity[, but its range spans the interval ...

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...only for numbers in the range [-1, +1].The sine of a number is at most 1.0. There is no number whose sine is 1.5, which is what you're asking for.The same applies to the **cosine** and **inverse**

...**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 ...

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...1/cos(x) with arc **cosine** (cos^-1(x)). Wrong result, No error message Taking the argument of the **inverse** sine and/or **inverse** **cosine** functions outside the interval [-1,1]. This gives a domain

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