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Find all the solutions of the equation. sin(t) =-1

Trigonometry
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If sin(t)=-1, then t would equal the arcsine of -1
arcsine is 1/sin right?
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for my homework, the example problem is cos(t)=1, and the answer is 2(pi)n
were you taught to derive your trig values using the unit circle?
yes
so using the link u sent me would the answer be 3(pi)/2n?
then you are looking for the angle that gives you -1. Look in the sine column
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don't put the n
ok thank you!!!
it is just (3pi)/2
did they tell you to just use 0 degrees to 360 degrees? Just the unit circle
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there are infinite solutions!

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