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## Write in the simplest form:

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## Solve:

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## Prove that

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## Prove that

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## Tan1/2[sin^-1 2x/1+x^2+cos^-1 1-y^2/1+y^2]=x+y/1-xy,if |x|<1,Y>0 and xy>1.

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## cos(2cos^-1 x +sin^-1 x) at x=1/5, 0<= cos^-1 x <=pi and -pi/2<=sin^-1 x<=pi/2.

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## Solve the following equations

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## Solve the following equation

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## Q-18 IS ATTACHED

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## arccos((x-1)(x-5))/(X(x-2)(x-3)) Find its range

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## Arccot(sq.root cosa)+Arctan(sq.root cosa) equal to X than find the value of sinX

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### CBSE XII Science Mathematics Inverse Trigonometric Functions

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### CBSE XII Science Mathematics Inverse Trigonometric Functions

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## Tan write it in simple form

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## Sin½

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## If a>b>c>0, Prove that  Cot^-1 [(ab+1)÷(a-b)]+ Cot^-1 [(bc+1)÷(b-c)]+Cot^-1[(ca+1)÷(c-a)]= pi

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## If a>b>c>0 then prove cot¯¹(ab+1/a-b)+cot¯¹(bc+1/b-c)+cot¯¹(ca+1/c-a)=¶

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