Exercise 2.2 Inverse Trigonometric Functions Class 12 Maths

“There are two types of people who will tell you that you cannot make a difference in this world: those who are afraid to try and those who are afraid you will succeed.” —Ray Goforth \sin^{-1}x or \arcsin(x) \cos^{-1}x or \arccos(x) \tan^{-1}x or...

NCERT Miscellaneous Exercise Solutions all

Topics Discussed in this lecture:
All trigonometric functions are Many – one so we have to re-define their respective mappings in order to find inverse trigonometric functions.

In this lecture, you will learn the ranges of all inverse trigonometric functions with complete explanation

NCERT Exercise 2.2 Solutions all

Topics Discussed in this lecture:
All trigonometric functions are Many – one so we have to re-define their respective mappings in order to find inverse trigonometric functions.

In this lecture, you will learn the ranges of all inverse trigonometric functions with complete explanation

Exercise 2.1 Inverse Trigonometric Functions Class 12 Maths (OLD)

Topics Discussed in this lecture:
All trigonometric functions are Many – one so we have to re-define their respective mappings in order to find inverse trigonometric functions.

In this lecture, you will learn the ranges of all inverse trigonometric functions with complete explanation

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