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The Value of the Inverse Sin of 1

(1) is 90° or, in radian measure, Π/2 . '1' represents the maximum value of the sine function . It happens at Π/2 and then again at 3Π/2 etc..
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#### Gilles Nieblas

Explainer### What is sin 1 called?

Sometimes

**sin**^{-}**is**^{1}**called**asin or arcsin. Likewise cos^{-}**is**^{1}**called**acos or arccos. And tan^{-}**is**^{1}**called**atan or arctan.#### Mayelin Diaz De Tuesta

Explainer### What is 1 radian in terms of pi?

As stated,

**one radian**is equal to 180/π degrees. Thus, to convert from**radians**to degrees, multiply by 180/π. Conversely, to convert from degrees to**radians**, multiply by π/180.#### Olimpiu Buckolt

Explainer### What is the sin of 0 in radians?

Sines and cosines for special common angles

Degrees | Radians | sine |
---|---|---|

60° | π/3 | √3 / 2 |

45° | π/4 | √2 / 2 |

30° | π/6 | 1/2 |

0° | 0 | 0 |

#### Geremias Tzedekah

Explainer### Is sin 1 equal to CSC?

The functions are usually abbreviated: sine (

**sin**), cosine (cos), tangent (tan)**cosecant**(**csc**), secant (sec), and cotangent (cot). According to the standard notation for inverse functions (f^{-}**), you will also often see these written as**^{1}**sin**^{-}**, cos**^{1}^{-}**, tan**^{1}^{-}**arccsc**^{1}^{-}**, arcsec**^{1}^{-}**, and arccot**^{1}^{-}**.**^{1}#### Ramdan Silber

Explainer### What is the inverse of sin 1?

The Value of the

As you can see below, the **Inverse Sin**of**1****inverse sin**

^{-}

**(**

^{1}**1**) is 90° or, in radian measure, Π/2 . '

**1**' represents the maximum value of the

**sine**function .It happens at Π/2 and then again at 3Π/2 etc..

#### Mariia Schmukler

Explainer### What is the inverse of sin?

The

**inverse**is used to obtain the measure of an angle using the ratios from basic right triangle trigonometry. The**inverse**of sine is denoted as Arcsine or on a calculator it will appear as asin or**sin**^{-}^{1}.#### Catinca Gerspacher

Explainer### What is the sin at 0?

(1,

**0**) = (x, y) = (cos**0**,**sin 0**), cos**0**= 1,**sin 0**=**0**. The values of angles outside Quadrant I can be computed using reference angles, and the values of the other trigonometric functions can be computed using the reciprocal and quotient identities.#### Zaineb Agostino

Explainer### Is SEC the inverse of sin?

For every trigonometry function such as

**sec**, there is an**inverse**function that works in reverse. These**inverse**functions have the same name but with 'arc' in front. So the**inverse**of**sec**is arcsec etc. When we see "arcsec A", we interpret it as "the angle whose secant is A".#### Tamie Arrruazu

Explainer### What is Sinh?

**Sinh**is the hyperbolic sine function, which is the hyperbolic analogue of the Sin circular function used throughout trigonometry. It is defined for real numbers by letting be twice the area between the axis and a ray through the origin intersecting the unit hyperbola .

#### Hristiyan Craig

Explainer### What is sin 1 used for?

Inverse Sine, Cosine and Tangent. The inverse trigonometric functions (

**sin**^{-}**, cos**^{1}^{-}**, and tan**^{1}^{-}**) allow you to find the measure of an angle in a right triangle. All that you need to know are any two sides as well as how to**^{1}**use**SOHCAHTOA.#### Servanda Schenman

Explainer### Is the inverse of tan cot?

The arctangent function

**is the inverse**of the**tangent**function. The**cotangent**function is the reciprocal of the**tangent**function. The arctangent function**is the inverse**of the**tangent**function.#### Ilhem Gaastra

Explainer### What's the difference between sin and sin 1?

**1**Expert Answer

**sin**

^{-}

**x, the "-**

^{1}**1**" is NOT an exponent. It represents the inverse of the

**sine**function. Recall f(x) and f

^{-}

**(x).**

^{1}**sin**

^{-}

**x means the same as arcsin x, i.e., the arc whose**

^{1}**sine**is x.

#### Idir Dworrak

Explainer### Is Pi 3.14 or 180?

**pi**/2 radians =

**180**/2 = 90 degrees. 22/7,

**3.14**or 3.14159 etc are all approximate to

**pi**but never equal.

**pi**is the ratio of the circumference to the diameter (double radius = diameter) of a circle.

#### Osmel Entorf

Explainer### What exactly is a Radian?

**Radian**. A unit of measure for angles. One

**radian**is the angle made at the center of a circle by an arc whose length is equal to the radius of the circle.

#### Anselm Lockyer

Explainer### Why do we use radians?

**Why Radian**Measure Makes Life Easier In Mathematics And Physics. The two most commonly

**used**measures for angles are degrees and

**radians**. When is the entire circumference of the circle, the corresponding angle is that of the entire circle. Since the circumference of a circle is , the angle of a full circle is .

#### Brynn Amaral

Explainer### How many pi is a circle?

Succinctly,

**pi**—which is written as the Greek letter for p, or**π**—is the ratio of the circumference of any**circle**to the diameter of that**circle**. Regardless of the**circle's**size, this ratio will always equal**pi**. In decimal form, the value of**pi**is approximately 3.14.#### Babak Mazo

Explainer### Why is a circle 2 pi?

Because the length of the circumference of a

**circle**is exactly**2*****pi**times the radius and by definition 1 radian is the angle subtended by a portion of the circumference equal in length to the radius.#### Caifen Luthcke

Explainer### Why is one Radian 57 degrees?

**Radians**measure angles by distance traveled. or angle in

**radians**(theta) is arc length (s) divided by radius (r). A circle has 360

**degrees**or 2pi

**radians**— going all the way around is 2 * pi * r / r. So a

**radian**is about 360 /(2 * pi) or 57.3

**degrees**.

#### Ashley Arincon

Explainer### Why we use radians instead of degree?

Calculus is always done in

**radian**measure.**Degree**(a right angle is 90**degrees**) and gradian measure (a right angle is 100 grads) have their**uses**.**Radians**make**it**possible to relate a linear measure and an angle measure. A unit circle is a circle whose radius is one unit.#### Andre Yablonsky

Explainer### How do you calculate radians?

So one

**radian**= 180/ PI degrees and one degree = PI /180**radians**. Therefore to convert a certain number of degrees in to**radians**, multiply the number of degrees by PI /180 (for example, 90º = 90 × PI /180**radians**= PI /2). To convert a certain number of**radians**into degrees, multiply the number of**radians**by 180/ PI .#### Milada Glaria

Explainer### What is the formula for circumference?

Write down the

**formula**for finding the**circumference**of a circle using the diameter. The**formula**is simply this: C = πd. In this**equation**, "C" represents the**circumference**of the circle, and "d" represents its diameter. That is to say, you can find the**circumference**of a circle just by multiplying the diameter by pi.#### Eldridge Wilkinson

Explainer### What does 2pi mean?

The angle formed at the centre by a line to each of its ends is one radian. A radian is approximately equal to 57.29678 degrees. Since the circumference is 2.pi x the radius, there are

**2pi**radians to a full circle (360 degrees). This may be referred to as "an angle of**2pi**". 2.3k views · View 6 Upvoters.#### Mahamadou Laverenz

Explainer### Why is tan 90 undefined?

As our first quadrant angle increases, the tangent will increase very rapidly. As we get closer to

**90**degrees, this length will get incredibly large. At**90**degrees we must say that the tangent is**undefined**(und), because when you divide the leg opposite by the leg adjacent you cannot divide by zero.#### Ylena Vavrovsky

Explainer### What angle has a tangent of 1?

Important Angles: 30°, 45° and 60°

Angle | Tan=Sin/Cos |
---|---|

30° | 1 √3 = √3 3 |

45° | 1 |

60° | √3 |

#### Placentina Mittelhausser

Explainer### What is Pi in trigonometry?

**Trigonometry**-

**Pi**Value - Contents

**pi**value represents the ratio of the diameter of a circle divided by its circumference. This ratio is always the same number regardless of the size of the circle. A circle is a geometric shape called a conic section.

#### Jiajun Olmo

Explainer### Where does sin equal?

The sine function, along with cosine and tangent, is one of the three most common trigonometric functions. In any right triangle, the sine of an angle x is the length of the opposite side (O) divided by the length of the hypotenuse (H). In a formula, it is written as '

**sin**' without the 'e':#### Haixia Serrana

Explainer### What is Cosecant and Secant?

**Cosecant**is the reciprocal of sine.

**Secant**is the reciprocal of cosine. Cotangent is the reciprocal of tangent.

#### Hortensia Twenhovel

Explainer### How many radians are in a circle?

2 radians

#### Adahy Reisch

Explainer### How many radians are in a sine wave?

**Radians**. Most of the time we measure angles in degrees. For example, there are 360° in a full circle or one cycle of a

**sine wave**, and sin(30°) = 0.5 and cos(90°) = 0. But it turns out that a more natural measure for angles, at least in mathematics, is in

**radians**.

#### Gurvinder Szyfransk

Explainer### What is the Arctan?

**Arctan**definition

**arctan**x= tan

^{-}

^{1}x = y.

#### Jacquie Hollerieth

Explainer### What is the opposite of Cotangent?

Cosecant, Secant and Cotangent

Cosecant Function: | csc(θ) = Hypotenuse / Opposite |
---|---|

Secant Function: | sec(θ) = Hypotenuse / Adjacent |

Cotangent Function: | cot(θ) = Adjacent / Opposite |

#### Jonatan Stolowsk

Explainer### What is COTX?

**What is 'cotx**'?

**cot**is a short way to write 'cotangent'. This is the reciprocal of the trigonometric function 'tangent' or tan(

**x**). Therefore,

**cot**(

**x**) can be simplified to 1/tan(

**x**). Using trigonometric rules, an alternative way to write 1/tan(

**x**) is cos(

**x**)/sin(

**x**).

#### Ganix Escutia

Explainer### What is sin divided by cos?

The tangent of x is defined to be its

**sine divided**by its**cosine**: tan x =**sin**x**cos**x . The cotangent of x is defined to be the**cosine**of x**divided**by the**sine**of x: cot x =**cos**x**sin**x .13

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