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Does the expression Sin-1 (4/5) have an infinite number of values?

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  1. itsmylife
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    i dont think so

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    -0.6731 is the only value of sine inverse at that point

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    thank you!

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    np ;)

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    sin(x) = 4/5 has infinite solutions sin^(-1)(4/5) has one solution because we limit the range of inverse trig functions, so that we may call them functions

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