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## What is the interval of a sine function?

The sine function, like cosine, tangent, cotangent, and many other trigonometric function, is a periodic function, which means it repeats its values on regular intervals, or periods. In the case of the sine function, that interval is **2u03c0**

## What is the interval of sin 1?

The domain of sinu22121 is [u22121,1] and its range is **[u2212u03c02,u03c02]. We can see from the graph that sinu22121 is an odd function, that is, sinu22121(u2212x)u2212sinu22121x. We can also see that it is an increasing function.**

## How do you find the interval of a sine graph?

2u03c0

## What is the interval for sine?

The sine function, like cosine, tangent, cotangent, and many other trigonometric function, is a periodic function, which means it repeats its values on regular intervals, or periods. In the case of the sine function, that interval is **2u03c0**

## How do you find the intervals of a trig function?

On the interval [ **u2212 u03c0 2 , u03c0 2 ] , y sin x is one-to-one. Hence, on the restricted domain [ u2212 u03c0 2 , u03c0 2 ] , y sin x has a unique inverse called the inverse sine function, denoted by y arcsin x or y sinu22121 x.**

## What is the interval of inverse sine function?

On the interval [ **u2212 u03c0 2 , u03c0 2 ] , y sin x is one-to-one. Hence, on the restricted domain [ u2212 u03c0 2 , u03c0 2 ] , y sin x has a unique inverse called the inverse sine function, denoted by y arcsin x or y sinu22121 x.**

## What is the interval of sin?

Sine Function: f(x) sin (x) increasing on the intervals (0, u03c0/2) and (**3u03c0/2 , 2u03c0), and decreasing on the interval (u03c0/2 , 3u03c0/2).**

## What is the value of sin inverse 1?

u03a0/2

## What do you mean by sin 1?

The **inverse sine function or Sin**-1 takes the ratio, Opposite Side / Hypotenuse Side and produces angle u03b8. It is also written as arcsin. Sin inverse is denoted by sin-1 or arcsin. u03b8 Sin-1 (Opposite side/Hypotenuse)

## How do you find the interval of a sine function?

This interval is generally **2u03c0 radians (or 360xba) for the sine and cosine curves. This sine curve, y sin x, completes 1 cycle in the interval from 0 to 2u03c0 radians.**

## What is the interval of a sine graph?

Sine Function: **f(x) sin (x)** symmetric with respect to the origin (0, 0). increasing on the intervals (0, u03c0/2) and (3u03c0/2 , 2u03c0), and decreasing on the interval (u03c0/2 , 3u03c0/2).

## What is the interval of a sinusoidal function?

This interval is generally **2u03c0 radians (or 360xba) for the sine and cosine curves. This sine curve, y sin x, completes 1 cycle in the interval from 0 to 2u03c0 radians. Its frequency is 1 in the interval of 2u03c0.**

## What interval is sin positive?

Since sin(t) is the x-coordinate of the terminal point of the arc t, the previous response shows that sin(t) is positive when t is in one of the intervals [0,u03c02) or **(u03c0,2u03c0).**

## Does sin repeat every 180?

It **repeats itself every 180 degrees. Maximum value +u221e**

## What is the interval in a trig function?

The frequency of a trigonometric function is the number of cycles it completes in a given interval. This interval is generally **2u03c0 radians (or 360xba) for the sine and cosine curves. This sine curve, y sin x, completes 1 cycle in the interval from 0 to 2u03c0 radians.**

## How do you finding increasing and decreasing intervals trig functions?

If we have a sine function of the form f(x) Asin(Bx + C) + D, then the period of the function is **2u03c0 / |B|.**

## What is the interval of inverse cosine function?

The sine function, like cosine, tangent, cotangent, and many other trigonometric function, is a periodic function, which means it repeats its values on regular intervals, or periods. In the case of the sine function, that interval is **2u03c0**

## What is sine inverse function?

The intervals are **[0, u03c0] because within this interval the graph passes the horizontal line test. Each range goes through once as x moves from 0 to u03c0. function, cos -1 or arccos. The inverse of the restricted cosine function y cos x, 0 x26lt; x x26lt; u03c0, is y cos -1 x and y arccos x.**

## What interval does sin repeat?

The domain of sinu22121 is [u22121,1] and its range is **[u2212u03c02,u03c02]. We can see from the graph that sinu22121 is an odd function, that is, sinu22121(u2212x)u2212sinu22121x. We can also see that it is an increasing function.**

## How do you find the inverse of sin 1?

The notation sin-1(x) has been misunderstood to mean 1/sin(x). So sin-1(x) means the **inverse sine of x, that is, the function that undoes the sine function. It is not equal to 1/sin(x).**

## What does it mean sin 1?

Concept of Sin 1. The **sine function (sin) of an angle gives the ratio of the perpendicular (opposite side of the angle) to the hypotenuse. Similarly, the inverse sine function (sin-1) gives the ratio of the hypotenuse to the perpendicular of an angle. Sin 1 in radians has a value of 0.8414709848.**

## What is the value of sin at 1?

Sin 1 degrees is the value of sine trigonometric function for an angle equal to 1 degrees. The value of sin 1xb0 is **0.0175 (approx)**

## What is the difference between sin 1 and sin 1?

When no units of angles are given, radians (written rad) are assumed. sin 1 is **about 48 times greater than sin 1xb0. sin 1 is the value of sine function at 1 radiant i.e.57.32 degree and other one is its value at 1 degree.**

## What is the formula of sin inverse 1?

Function NameNotationDefinitionArcsine or inverse sine**y sin-1(x)****xsin y**Arccosine or inverse cosineycos-1(x)xcos yArctangent or Inverse tangentytan-1(x)xtan yArccotangent or Inverse Cotycot-1(x)xcot y2 more rows