# Algebra II

Write the equation siny=x in the form of an inverse function.

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1. correct. Personally, I like the old notation...

arcsin is the old abbreviation for sin^-1, inverse sine ....Some confuse sin^1 Theta with 1/sinTheta. Arcsin eliminates that confusion.

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