mathslover
is \(\tan ^{1} \) the same thing as tan inverse?



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Yes.!

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Sure?

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tan inverse = 1/tan
I am leaving theta to be anything.

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\[\tan45 = 1\]
\[\tan ^{1}1 = 45\]

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yes, but remember that the domain is restricted.. hence the reason we usually call it arctan

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Can you explain arc tan to me? or should I prefer a tutorial (video one ?) like that of khan academy and other facilities?


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OK thanks a lot... I will go through out that video one and then will go through some questions, if any problem , will disturb you all.. :)