How do I know when is

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- September 18th 2007, 08:56 AMcircuscircusarcsin(sin(x)) ?
How do I know when is

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? - September 18th 2007, 10:10 AMKrizalid
- September 18th 2007, 01:13 PMThePerfectHacker
The function is very interesting. But it gives back when .

- September 18th 2007, 07:37 PMcircuscircus
Yea but when it's like

I think the first one is , second one is but last one is (I'm going by memory from the lecture but you get what I'm saying like when it is outside that |pi/2| bound, it gets weird but I'm going to get tested on that

I don't understand why it is those values... - September 18th 2007, 07:45 PMThePerfectHacker
Have a look at this picture.

(I might find its Fourier series if I am bored. It looks nice). - September 18th 2007, 07:50 PMcircuscircus
I'm sorry...I don't understand graphs too well...could you explain what it means? I think I understand like have the brief idea but I can't translate the stuff I see on the chart to like pi-3, 2pi-5, etc...

- September 18th 2007, 07:56 PMThePerfectHacker