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ContentsIn this lecture we define the inverse trigonometric functions and develop formulas for their derivatives. This will round out and conclude our discussion of the elementary functions that we began in lecture 1.
Quick QuestionDoes sin(x) have an inverse function on the interval [−π,π]?
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Lecture 26 | Index | Lecture 28