The expression cos^-1(3/5) has an infinite number of values. ***Note: This is a relation, not a function*** A. True B. False

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The expression cos^-1(3/5) has an infinite number of values. ***Note: This is a relation, not a function*** A. True B. False

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This means the angles whose cosine is 3/5 - what do you think?
I think that it might be false because there can be only be one angle where the value is 3/5?
No there can be more The cosine has a positive value in the first and the fourth quadrants and that's only one revolution 0-360 degrees

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So there are 2 angles with cos of 3/5 in one rev
Oh ok! So we can have an infinite amount of values for this relation right? Becuase if we keep going, there are more values as we go?
Right
Great! Thank you for your time!
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