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# Algebra II / Trigonometry

INVERSE AND ANALYTIC TRIGONOMETRY

Because trigonometric functions can go to infinity, they can't have an inverse unless the domain is restricted. This downloadable study guide walks you through how to do this and then work backwards to move forwards. Also included are the formulas you will need for analytic trigonometry and some basic strategies to help you solve problems. Still need a math tutor after you've tried it on your own? Click the home button and fill out the contact form at the bottom of the page.

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