How do you find: cos^-1(i) THANK YOU
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The first thing I can think of is to use the power series of arccos.
Originally Posted by gokujosh How do you find: cos^-1(i) THANK YOU Let , then So in your case, where , you would have Case 1: Case 2: Well there you go, there are the infinitely many values for
Thank you, this was so confusing, but that makes sense now .
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