# 13-4 PROBLEM SOLVING INVERSES OF TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS

## 13-4 PROBLEM SOLVING INVERSES OF TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS

Download ppt “Inverses of Trigonometric Functions “. Use the cosine ratio. To the nearest degree, in what direction should the hikers head from the lake to reach the rock formation? The formation is 1 mile east and 0. Safety Application A painter needs to lean a 30 ft ladder against a wall. Example 1 Find all possible values of tan We think you have liked this presentation. Example 2a Evaluate each inverse trigonometric function. Example 3 A group of hikers wants to walk form a lake to an unusual rock formation. Therefore, even though tan-1 has many values, Tan has only one value. About project SlidePlayer Terms of Service. You can also find the measure of angles given the value of a trigonometric function by using an inverse trigonometric relation. So do all angles that are coterminal with these angles. Use the cosine ratio.

Example 4a Solve funcfions equations to the nearest tenth. Published by Shona Harper Modified over 3 years ago. Use the inverse sine function on your calculator. We first need to rewrite this equation so that it contains.

Example problme A group of hikers wants to walk form a lake to an unusual rock formation. Trigonometric Identities, Inverse Functions, and Equations 7. So do all angles that are coterminal with these angles. To use this website, you must agree to our Privacy Policyincluding cookie policy.

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## Inverses of Trigonometric Functions 13-4

Share buttons are a little bit lower. Use trigonometric equations and inverse trigonometric functions to solve problems. To make this website work, we log user data and share it with processors. Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle Example 1: Use the given restrictions. My presentations Profile Feedback Log out. Because is outside this domain. To the nearest degree, what acute angle should the ladder make with the ground? You can also find the measure of angles given the value of a trigonometric function soolving using an inverse trigonometric relation. Auth with social network: Evaluating Inverse Trigonometric Functions Evaluate each inverse trigonometric function. Example 1 Find all possible values of tan Registration Forgot your password? The formation is 1 mile east and 0.