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Evaluate.
1. sin^-1(-1/2)
2. cos^-1[(-root 3)/2]
3. arctan[(root3)/3]
4. cos(arccos2/3)
5. arcsin(sin 2pi)
6. sin(arccos 1)

I got these values as my answers:
1. -pi/6
2. 5pi/6
3. pi/6
4. 2/3
5. 2pi
6. 0

Can someone please tell me if they are right? thank you

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1. The answers for inverse trigonometric depends on the range. Most of the time,
function range
asin(x) -π/2 to π/2
acos(x) 0 π
atan(x) -&pi/2 to π/2

1. -pi/6 correct
2. 5pi/6 correct
3. pi/6 correct
4. 2/3 correct
5. (2pi) 0
6. 0 correct

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2. Thank you MathMate.

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3. You're very welcome!

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