how do you find ALL the values between 0 and 2pi for cos(theta)=-0.0623??

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how do you find ALL the values between 0 and 2pi for cos(theta)=-0.0623??

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Not sure I understand the question, but this is what I think: Take the inverse cosine==> cos^-1(-0.0623) then add 90deg or pi/2(if your problem is in radians) until you go all the way around the unit circle. So if you problem is in radians you should get 1.633,3.203,4.774, 6.345
you take the cosine inverse to determine the angle. Which will spit out an angle in the top half of the circle; swing down to get the other one...
when i take the inverse cos, i get 93.... which is not between 0 and 2pi

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your calculator is in degrees, need to change it to radians
yah.. duh! thanks!
Oh, amistre64 is right, you should add 180deg (pi) not pi/2...sorry just saw that, you should get 1.633 and 4.774 only, my bad
ya. thanks

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