let x be a positive number and let theta= tan^-1 x
a) simplify tan ( pi/2 - theta)
b) show that tan^-1 (1/x) = (pi/2) - theta
Thanks
Do i have to expand the tan function?
Nvm i got it. Its just a complimentary angle. so cot theta.
let x be a positive number and let theta= tan^-1 x
a) simplify tan ( pi/2 - theta)
b) show that tan^-1 (1/x) = (pi/2) - theta
Thanks
Do i have to expand the tan function?
Nvm i got it. Its just a complimentary angle. so cot theta.