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Anybody have a scientific calculator?

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I have a problem I need to solve with Inverse.
there are online calculators.
There's Window's calculator on every Window's computer that is scientific.

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Ha, I didn't know that. Would you mind checking if I'm right? \[x = \sin ^{-1} (7 / 9)\]\[x = \]
x = 0.66
Could you explain how you are getting those answers?
\[x = \sin^{-1}(7/9)\] x = 0.891122507886653
Using the calculator given, what would one type?
ok so using one, i get x = 0.891122507886653 but on calculator i get x = 51.057558731019
i will go with x = 51.057558731019
*using one calculator
I see that. I'm not explaining myself correctly. Do you hit inverse first? I mean, how do you enter a problem with inverse, for future reference? Like x = sin^inv (7/9) ?
yep push 2nd then Arcsin then the (7/9)
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no problem

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