Tricky question! Evaluate if possible. If not, state why. Sin[sin-1<(inverse of sin) 1.1]

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Tricky question! Evaluate if possible. If not, state why. Sin[sin-1<(inverse of sin) 1.1]

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cant really tell what the problem is stateing
you might need to rewrite it to clear it up
Sin[sin-1 1.1]

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\(sin(sin^{-1}(1.1))\) like this?
correct.
its just 1.1 then the sin^-1 gives you back an angle, and then the sinfunction translates it back to a ratio. Its like going to the store and then coming back home; you end up where you left
okay thanks! i have another one.
is it posted yet?
no doing it now

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