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What is the value of arccos(−1) in radians?

SamJones  Feb 24, 2018

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Do you know where   cos(x) = -1  ?    This is true at   pi radians (or 180 degrees ----same thing)

    so    cos (pi) = -1

    now arcos both sides

        arcos ( cos(pi) )  = arcos (-1)

                     pi = arcos (-1)

ElectricPavlov  Feb 24, 2018
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Guest troll visits some strange websites.

Do you know where   cos(x) = -1  ?    This is true at   pi radians (or 180 degrees ----same thing)

    so    cos (pi) = -1

    now arcos both sides

        arcos ( cos(pi) )  = arcos (-1)

                     pi = arcos (-1)

ElectricPavlov  Feb 24, 2018

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