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`        can you please help to solve the following for x solve sin^-1(6x)+sin^-1(6sqrt(3)x)=-pi/2`
2 years ago

Arun
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```							Dear Devindar pi/2 + sin^-1(6 sqrt(3) x) = - sin^-1(6x) Taking sin both the sides Cos (sin^-1(6sqrt(3) x)) = -6x On solving furtherx = 1/12 and  -1/12 But x = 1/12 doesn't satisy hencex = -1/12 is tye Correct answer. RegardsArun (askIITians forum expert)
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