How do you use a calculator to evaluate #sin^-1 0.75# in both radians and degree?

1 Answer
Jul 4, 2017

This depends on the calculator type, I think


if you have a graphics calculator, press shift ==> sin and put 0.75.

Say the calculator is on degrees mode, to change that to radius, press shift menu, scroll down. you will then find Angle : Deg, then press F2 ===> EXE.

You do the same thing to change from radius to degrees, but this time you press F1 instead and then EXE.
But I'm not sure how you do this on scientific calculator, I really apologise. Another person may help you with that.

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