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Prove that
Aug 28, 2015 6:37am
Sin^1 (8/17)+sin^1(3/5) = tan 1(77/36)
 Math
 7
 New Teachers / Next Generation Science Standards
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Aug 29, 2015 12:27pm
It's not an identity per see because if it was were then the argument would be in terms of a variable. Another thing I find interesting about the statement is that we have inverse trig functions. The math statement is true and can be verified with a calculator. An identity is a math sentence that states that it's true for ALL values of a variable except when there's excluded values. The statement can be verified as true.
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It's not an identity per se because if it were then the argument would be in terms of a variable. Another thing I find interesting about the statement is that we have inverse trig functions. The math statement is true and can be verified with a calculator. An identity is a math sentence that states that it's true for ALL values of a variable except when there's excluded values. The statement can be verified as true.
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