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Graphs of Circular Functions Help
Introduction to Graphs of Circular Functions—Domain and Range Each circular function relates the value of one variable to the value of another, and can be plotted as a graph in rectangular coordinates. Each of the circular functions can ...
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Inverses of Circular Functions Help
Introduction to Inverses of Circular Functions Each of the circular functions has an inverse: a function that “undoes” whatever the original function does. Defining and working with inverse functions can be tricky.
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Graphs of Circular Inverses Help
Graph Of Arcsin Function Now that you know what the inverse of a function is, we are ready to look at the graphs of the circular inverses, with the restrictions on the domain and the range necessary to ensure that they are legitimate ...
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Graphs and Inverses Practice Test
Review the following concepts if needed: Graphs of Circular Functions Help
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The Six Hyperbolic Functions Help
Introduction to the Six Hyperbolic Functions There are six hyperbolic functions that are similar in some ways to the circular functions. They are known as the hyperbolic sine, hyperbolic cosine, hyperbolic tangent, hyperbolic cosecant, hyperbolic ...
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Hyperbolic Inverses Help
Introduction Hyperbolic Inverses—Logarithms Each of the six hyperbolic functions has an inverse relation. These are known as the hyperbolic arcsine, hyperbolic arccosine, hyperbolic arctangent, hyperbolic arccosecant, hyperbolic ...
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Hyperbolic Function Facts Help
Hyperbolic Function Facts—Pythagorean Theorem Here’s another flurry of facts, this time involving the hyperbolic functions. You are not expected to memorize any of these, but you should be able to use them in calculations if you ...
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Hyperbolic Functions Practice Test
Review the following concepts if needed: The 6 Hyperbolic Functions Help
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The Polar Coordinate Plane Help
Introduction to the Polar Coordinate Plane The Cartesian scheme is not the only way that points can be located on a flat surface. Instead of moving rightleft and updown from an origin point, we can travel outward a certain distance, and in a ...
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Examples of Polar Coordinates Help
Examples of Polar Coordinates—Circles To see how the polar coordinate system works, let’s look at the graphs of some familiar objects. Circles, ellipses, spirals, and other figures whose equations are complicated in Cartesian ...
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