What is the difference between arcsin and co-secant?
Many threads I have read say they are equal but when I input them into a calculator I get different values.
arcsin is the inverse function of sine. It reverses what the sine function does.
cosec is the reciprocal of sine.
Generally, if you see , it will be referring to arcsin. Confusing, I know, but that is the notation unfortunately. The reciprocal of sine is almost always referred to as cosec.
Tha'ts a reciprocalarcsin is the inverse function of sine. It reverses what the sine function does.
is sin^{-1} not a reciprocal...?
Even if not, how on earth would you notate the difference between arcsin and csc. ,
They look soo much the same.