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Re: x-ArcSin[Sin[x]]

Thank you Dr Bob, that was exactly what I needed!


DrBob wrote:
> One typical situation is that you know Sin[theta] AND Cos[theta]. In that case, ArcTan[Cos[theta],Sin[theta]] is more likely to come out in the proper quadrant. I don't know if that will help in your problem.
> Bobby

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