JenniferSmart1
\[tan^{1}0\]
\[tan(...)=0\]
that would be \[\frac \pi 2\]
so \[tan^{1}0=\frac \pi 2\]



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JenniferSmart1
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@satellite73
Am I right?

anonymous
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i mean yes!!

anonymous
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sorry i am tired, i thought you wanted \(\tan^{1}(1)\) you are right

JenniferSmart1
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\[tan^{1}\sqrt 3=\frac\pi 6\]

anonymous
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now that one is wrong

JenniferSmart1
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noooooo....

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\[\tan(\frac{\pi}{3})=\sqrt3\]

JenniferSmart1
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oh it's \[\frac \pi 3\]

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so
\[\tan^{1}(\sqrt3)=\frac{\pi}{3}\]

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yeah tan is \[\frac yx\] yep makes sense haha

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yes it is

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awesome!