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find the general solution of sin(^)=0.5

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\(\sin x=0.5\)

 

Take the inverse of the sine function to extract x from inside of the sine function:

 

\(\sin^{-1}0.5=x\)

 

 

Now that x is isolated, use a calculator to find the value for x. You may also know what \(\sin^{-1}0.5\) is without the need to pickup your calculator:
 

\(x=30\)

 


 

TheXSquaredFactor  Jun 8, 2017

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