# Math Help - trig help please!!!

Solve the equation:

π-3arccosθ=0

all i understand is arccosθ=0 means cos0=θ

but i'm getting confused when there is a value multiplying arc

2. $\pi-3Cos^{-1}\theta=0$

$\pi=3Cos^{-1}\theta$

$\frac{\pi}{3}=Cos^{-1}\theta$

$Cos^{-1}\ is\ the\ inverse\ operation\ to\ Cos$

$\theta=Cos\frac{\pi}{3}$

Solve the equation:

π-3arccosθ=0

all i understand is arccosθ=0 means cos0=θ

but i'm getting confused when there is a value multiplying arc

this is a poorly posed equation ... the input for an inverse trig function is normally a trig ratio, not an angle, because the output of the arccos function is an angle. $\theta$ represents an angle.
using $x$ instead of $\theta$ ...
$\pi - 3\arccos{x} = 0$
$\arccos{x} = \frac{\pi}{3}$
$x = \cos\left(\frac{\pi}{3}\right) = \frac{1}{2}$