Let us know about the sin of 42 degrees.

sin 42° = sin ( **7/30 ×** .

Also, what is the value of tan inverse 4 by 3

The value of tan inverse 4/3 is **53 degrees** .

Here, what is the value of sin-1 0?

inverse sine value table

? | sin-1 value | sin-1 (in degrees) |
---|---|---|

0 | 0 | 0 ° |

12 | 2 | 30° |

22 | 3 | 45 ° |

32 | 4 | 60 ° |

Also to know how do you get sin 41? The sin of 41 degrees is **0.65606** , the same as the sin of 41 degrees in radians. To get 41 degrees in radians, multiply 41° by /180° = 41/180.

How do you find the value of cos 42?

because 42 degrees

The cos of 42 degrees. is **0.74314** , the same as the cos of 42 degrees in radians. To get 42 degrees in radians, multiply 42° by / 180° = 7/30. Cos 42degrees = cos (7/30 × .

**What is the value of tan inverse PI of 4?**

Trigonometry Example tan(π4) The exact value of tan ( 4 ) is **1** .

**What is the tandem inverse of 1?**

We are basically being asked the question which angle/radian equals tan(-1) . Using the unit circle we can see that tan **(1)= pi/4** . Since “odds and evens identity” states that tan(-x) = -tan(x). tan (-1) = -pi / 4.

**What is the value of body inverse 2?**

Its value will be **tan2^-1** .

**What is the sine inverse of 0?**

inverted sign table

? | Sin^{-1}or Arcsin(θ) (in radians) | Sin^{-1}or Arcsin(θ) (in degrees) |
---|---|---|

-√2/2 | -π/4 | -45 ° |

-1/2 | -π/6 | -30 ° |

0 | 0 | 0 ° |

1/2 | / 6 | 30 ° |

**What is arcsine equal to?**

The arcsine function is

the inverse of the sine function

. It returns the angle whose sine is the given number.

arcsine

sin 30 = 0.5 | Meaning: sine 0.5 of 30 degrees. Is |
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arcsine 0.5 = 30 | Meaning: The angle whose sin is 0.5 is 30 degrees. |

**Is the value of sin 45?**

The value of sin 45 degree in decimal form is **0.7071067812** .

**Is the value of sin 60?**

From the above equations, we get the exact value of sin 60 degrees: **3/2** .

**How do you solve the sin by 35 degrees?**

sin 35° **1/2 + (π/36)** (√3/2).

**How do you find cos 28?**

because 28 degrees

The cos of 28 degrees is 0.88295, which is the same as the cos of 28 degrees in radians. To get 28 degrees in radians, 28° to / 180° = . Multiply by **7 / 45** . Cos 28° = cos (7/45 × .

**Which is smaller sin64 or cos64?**

Answer: **Bother** equals only sin 64& cos 64.

**How do you find the value of cos 25?**

cos of 25 degrees. is **0.90631** , the same as the cos of 25 degrees in radians. To get 25 degrees in radians, multiply 25° by /180° = 5/36.

**How do you find cos pi 4 without a calculator?**

By setting the length of one of the sides adjacent to the right angle to 1 and applying the Pythagorean theorem, you will find the length of the hypotenuse 12+12=√2 . So cos(π4) **=cos(45o)=adj** .

**What is the value of sin 4?**

trigonometry example

**The correct value of sin( π4** ) sin ( 4 ) is 22 .

**What is the exact value of sec pi 4?**

**The correct value of secant** pi/4 or /4 is 2 . sin pi/4 can be written as the fraction sin 45 . sin pi/4 is approximately equal to 1.414 in decimal form.

**1 What is the value of TAN?**

We know that a tanh of **90 degrees** is defined as infinity. Thus the value for tan-1 is 90 degrees.

**What is arcton 1 in terms of pi?**

Only **4** falls in this interval. Thus, arctan1=π4.

**What is the value of body inverse 1 by 3?**

tan−1(3 1)=tan−1tan( **6π** )=6π

**Is tan inverse 1 or tan1 greater?**

The tangent of an angle [tan theta = x] can be written as the trigonometric inverse ratio [{tan ^{ – 1}}left(x right) = theta] . Thus, we can conclude that [ **tan 1] is greater than** [{tan ^{ – 1}}left(1 right)].

**Is sin equal to 1 csc?**

The cosecant is the inverse of the sin function or 1/sin(x) so that csc **(x) * sin(x) = 1** when it is defined. The two can be confused because arcsin(x) is often represented as sin^-1(x) and x^-1 is 1/x.

**What is sinx sin1?**

sin¯¹x is the inverse function of the sine, also known as the arcsine. It takes a ratio between -1 and +1 as input, and gives the angle measure as output. 1/ sinx is **x . The reciprocal of the sine value of** k, it is also called cosecant.