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    Help with inverse trigonometric equation

    cos-1 + tan-1 = π/2

    Where do I begin with this?
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    Re: Help with inverse trigonometric equation

    Quote Originally Posted by cdbowman42 View Post
    cos-1 + tan-1 = π/2

    Where do I begin with this?
    \cos^{-1}(of \, what?) + \tan^{-1}(of \, what?) = \frac{\pi}{2}
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    Re: Help with inverse trigonometric equation

    sorry,

    Where do I start with this:

    cos-1x + tan-1 x = π/2
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