# Trigonometry (repost Reiny)

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Write equivalent equations in the form of inverse functions for
a.)x=y+cos theta
b.)cosy=x^2

a.)
x= y+ cos theta
cos theta = x-y
theta = cos^-1(x-y)

b.)
cosy=x^2
cos(y) = x^2
y = Cos^-1(x^2)

your post confused me a little. Can you clarify if my answers were wrong.

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