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    simplify sine

    Simplify sin^2(sin^−1(x^−1))
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryrywakaka View Post
    Simplify sin^2(sin^−1(x^−1))
    sin^{-1}x^{-1}=\theta
    sin\theta=x^{-1}

    sin^2(sin^{-1}x^{-1})
    =sin^2\theta
    =(x^{-1})^2
    =x^{-2}

    Is it correct???
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    lol if u were 6-7 minutes earlier... i couldve tried and put it in LOL over the time limit already ... thx for trying tho !
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryrywakaka View Post
    lol if u were 6-7 minutes earlier... i couldve tried and put it in LOL over the time limit already ... thx for trying tho !
    What is "lol"?
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    ehh ~.. laugh out loud... ? something like haha .
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