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anonymous

  • one year ago

what are the trigonometric functions and their reciprocal functions?

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    They are sin, cos, and tan. Their reciprocals are csc, sec, and cot.

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    if there exists a function, for example sin (x), then there exists a similar function sin^-1 (x) such that each element has a one-to-one correspondence and is onto in relation to that function.

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    csc = 1/sin sec = 1/cos cot = 1/tan

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    omg you guys helped me so much :) only if i could give you all medals

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