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# Composition of Trig Functions and Their Inverses

## Application of sine, cosine, tangent, or their inverses and then another function.

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## Compositions of Trigonometric Functions - Overview

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## Compositions of Trigonometric Functions - Example 1

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Use the properties of inverse trigonometric functions to evaluate the expression
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## Compositions of Trigonometric Functions - Example 2

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Find the exact value of the composite trigonometric function
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## Compositions of Trigonometric Functions - Example 3

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Write an algebraic expression that is equivalent to the expression
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