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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Evaluate each of the inverse trig functions in radians rounded to 4 decimal places cot^−1(0)= sec^−1(20/2)= arctan(−1.4)= cot^−1(−1/2)= Evaluate each of the inverse trig functions in radians rounded to 4 decimal places cot^−1(0)= sec^−1(20/2)= arctan(−1.4)= cot^−1(−1/2)= @Mathematics

OpenStudy (anonymous):

cot^-1 (0) = pi/2 sec^-1 (10) = 1.47 arctan(-1.4) or tan^-1(-1.4) = -.95 cot^-1(-.5) = 2.03

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