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1 min read•june 7, 2020

Jillian Holbrook

**Inverse Trigonometric Functions** are - you guessed it - Inverse Functions with some added panache! They take Inverse Functions to the next level by adding in trigonometry.

The **Main Theorem** for Inverse Functions is still applicable for their Inverse Trigonometric Function counterparts.

However, it is best to **memorize **the inverses of trig functions. You can study them in the table below:

Remember that the inverse of trigonometric functions can be written in two different ways. If we take the inverse of, for example, *sin(x)*, then it can be written as *sin^-1(x) or arcsin(x)*.

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