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Sorry, it me again pestering you all!!!

How do you find an arccosx graph from a cos x graph, an arcsinx from a sinx graph etc.

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Ya turn dem things on their dang sides. (90 degrees clockwise)
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Ya turn dem things on their dang sides. (90 degrees clockwise)
Then do you use what you see or take a reflection of what you see when you rotate it 90 degrees clockwise?
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Then do you use what you see or take a reflection of what you see when you rotate it 90 degrees clockwise?
why not just memorize the graph?
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why not just memorize the graph?
Thing is, i would, but i am beginning to doubt the graphs i have - so i want to make sure what i ahev is correct
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