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    Finding the domain of an inverse sine function

    Hi, I really do not understand this question, if you could please solve and explain it, I would greatly appreciate it!



    Here it is:

    Find the domain.

    f(x)= sin^-1 (5x)


    Thank you so much!
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    Quote Originally Posted by uhhuh View Post
    Hi, I really do not understand this question, if you could please solve and explain it, I would greatly appreciate it!

    Here it is:

    Find the domain.

    f(x)= sin^-1 (5x)

    Thank you so much!
    Solve -1 \leq 5x \leq 1 for x.
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