Posted by **Marie** on Sunday, February 25, 2007 at 12:56pm.

how would i find the degrees of cos x= 3/2

if (0 <or= theta < 360)? i've tried putting it in my calculator with cosine^-1 but im just getting err:domain. Please help!

The cosine function only goes from -1 to +1.

There is no solution to cos x = 3/2.

thank you!

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