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Using Inverse Trigonometric Functions

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Common Core (Functions)
Common Core for Mathematics

Examples, solutions, videos, and lessons to help High School students learn how to use inverse functions to solve trigonometric equations that arise in modeling contexts; evaluate the solutions using technology, and interpret them in terms of the context.

Common Core: HSF-TF.B.7

Using Inverse Trig Functions
Now that you understand what makes inverse trigonometric functions work, let's apply them.
Ex: Solve a Right Triangle Using Inverse Trigonometric Functions
This video explains how to solve a right triangle using inverse trigonometric functions.

Ex: Solve a Trig Equation with an Inverse Trig Function
This video provides an example of solving a trigonometric equation that contains an inverse trigonometric function. Ex 1: Solve a Trig Equation Contain Inverse Trig Functions
This video explains how to solve a trigonometric equation contains one inverse trigonometric function. Ex 2: Solve a Trig Equation Contain Inverse Trig Functions.
This video explains how to solve a trigonometric equation contains two inverse trigonometric functions. Solving an Equation Using Multiple Inverse Trigonometric Functions. Ex: Inverse Trig Function Application - Rocket Height
This video explains how to determine an inverse trigonometric function for the angle of elevation of a height of a rocket. Applications of the Inverse Trig Functions To Problems
In this lesson, we'll launch flaming pumpkins super high, and then put out fires in towers -- all while using our trig skills to calculate angles that we need to know.

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