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Find two exact values of sin(cosˉ¹√5/6)

Trigonometry/ Please Help 
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cos^1 (√5/6)
is an angle Ø so that sinØ = √5/6
sketch a rightangled triangle with hypotenuse 6, and opposite side √5
by Pythagoras the adjacent side is √31
then cosØ = √31/6
so sin(cosˉ¹√5/6) = √31/6
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