trig
posted by Nick .
Find the exact values of the inverse function
arcsin 1/2

of course. What is the sin30degrees?

Basically the arcsin is the same as sin^1 so the sin^1(.5)= 30 degrees
You can use a unit circle or a 306090 triangle to figure it out. 
Sin would be 1/2 +360n?
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