The arcsin rule can be used here, right? I'm not sure what to do with the x in the numerator to be able to apply the arcsin rule.
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Originally Posted by dataspot The arcsin rule can be used here, right? I'm not sure what to do with the x in the numerator to be able to apply the arcsin rule. First, you will need to use the substitution of to obtain . Then you can apply the arcsin rule which is . Remember to change the back to in the final answer.
Originally Posted by Air First, you will need to use the substitution of to obtain . Then you can apply the arcsin rule which is . Remember to change the back to in the final answer. Got it, thanks!
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