This page lists the basic identities for the differentiation inverse trigonometric functions. The notation for an inverse trigonometric function uses both the 'arc' prefix (e.g. arcsin), and the exponent form: sin-1x = arcsin/x
For simplicity, this example will use the 'arc' notation.
Differentating Inverse Trigonometric Functions
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