write tan(cos^1x) as an algeraic expression in terms of x
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if you mean tan(arccos x), then,

cos@ =x/1

other side = sqrt(1-x^2)

tan @  = sqrt(1-x^2) / x
answered Sep 6, 2011 by wbechem Level 5 User (12,920 points)
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