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The standard trig functions are periodic, meaning that they repeat themselves. Therefore, the same output value appears for multiple input values of the function. This makes inverse functions impossible to construct. In order to solve equations involving trig functions, it is imperative for inverse functions to exist. Thus, mathematicians have to restrict the trig function in order create these inverses.

To define an inverse function, the original function must be onetoone. For a onetoone correspondence to exist, (1) each value in the domain must correspond to exactly one value in the range, and (2) each value in the range must correspond to exactly one value in the domain. The first restriction is shared by all functions; the second is not. The sine function, for example, does not satisfy the second restriction, since the same value in the range corresponds to many values in the domain (see Figure 1).

To define the inverse functions for sine and cosine, the domains of these functions are restricted. The restriction that is placed on the domain values of the cosine function is 0 x (see Figure 2 ). This restricted function is called Cosine. Note the capital C in Cosine.

Figure 2 Graph of restricted cosine function. The inverse cosine function is defined as the inverse of the restricted Cosine function Cos 1 (cos x) = x x . Therefore,

The inverse sine function's development is similar to that of the cosine. The restriction that is placed on the domain values of the sine function is

This restricted function is called Sine (see Figure 4). Note the capital S in Sine.

The inverse sine function (see Figure 5) is defined as the inverse of the restricted Sine function y = Sin x,

Therefore,

1

about the line y = x. The graphs of the functions y = Sin x and y = Sin reflections of each other about the line y = x (see Figure 6).

xare also

Figure 6 Symmetry of inverse sine and cosine. Example 1: Using Figure 7 , find the exact value of Cos

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Thus, y = 5/6 or y = 150. Example 2: Using Figure 8, find the exact value of Sin

1

Thus, y = /4 or y = 45. Example 3: Find the exact value of cos (Cos Use the cosineinverse cosine identity:

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