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ajprincess
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let us say that
\[\theta=\sin^{1}(\sin {\frac{\pi}{4}})\]
Then
\[\sin\theta=\sin {\frac{\pi}{4}}\]
can u find the value of \(\theta\)?

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if it is y=cos^1(sinx)
cosy=sinx.

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ya u can replace sin with cos. bt also remember
\(\cos(\theta))=\cos\theta\)

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okay
i have do same procudure
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thanks

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oh k. welcome:)