asin in formula for arithmetic questions

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It seems that asin is not supported. Does anyone know how to handle that? The answer for one of the questions I am trying to write is an "asin(x)"

Thanks

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  • Taha.M.106
    Taha.M.106 Posts: 3 🔍
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    Finally figured it out. Here how it goes:

    if we write: asin(x) = y

    with some trig manipulation: tan(y) = sqr((x)^2)/( 1 – (x)^2)

    and y=atan(sqr((x)^2)/( 1 – (x)^2))

    I wish that the function was supported instead.