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Dear Student, The domain of the function, y = cos -1 x is -1 <= x<=1. So Use this information to find the domain. Thanks.
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I think it is option D (does not exist) Because for the function to be differentiable at a point, the curve should be continuous and smooth... which means that slopes of both graphs should be equal...
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I think the question is under different calculus so you must be asking differentition of sinx .so ans is cos x.
y = Sin -1 x ⇒ x = sin y dy/dx=cosy dy/dx=(dx/dy) -1 =1/cosy=1/ √(1-sin 2 y) =1/√(1-x 2 )
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