Posted by **fiza** on Monday, February 26, 2007 at 9:24pm.

1-3cos=sin squared

You need to define the variables, such as x, y etc.

If you are trying to solve

1 - 3 cos x = sin^2 x for whatever x is, then you are not talking about an inverse function.

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