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Why cant i put the domain in y=arcsin(x-pi/3)
And get the range.

Then the domain of y=sin (x-pi/3) would be the range of y=arcsin(x-pi/3)?
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Why cant i put the domain in y=arcsin(x-pi/3)
And get the range.

Then the domain of y=sin (x-pi/3) would be the range of y=arcsin(x-pi/3)?
Aside from anything else it's arcsin(x) - pi/3, not arcsin(x-pi/3)
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Aside from anything else it's arcsin(x) - pi/3, not arcsin(x-pi/3)
Oh yeah, thank you!
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