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The value of cos^-1(-(sqrt3)/2) is what?

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    The question asks you to find the inverse cosine (arccosine) of -sqrt(3)/2

    Think about your memory values and special triangles. Where is cosine(theta) equal to -sqrt(3)/2?

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