## nandu.r1995 Group Title if sin^-1(1/3) + cos^-1(x) = pi/2, then find x. one year ago one year ago

• This Question is Open
1. AravindG

OK now I can help :)

2. AravindG

first of all tell me is 90 in degrees?

3. AravindG

oh you edited it ok

4. AravindG

you see we have a fundamental property that $\sin^{-1} x+ \cos^{-1} x =\dfrac{\pi}{2}$ Use this idea to get your answer

5. nandu.r1995

ok thank u

6. AravindG

yw :)