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accepted How is $\arctan(\sinh(x * \pi))$ the inverse of $\log(\tan(x)) / \pi$
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comment How is $\arctan(\sinh(x * \pi))$ the inverse of $\log(\tan(x)) / \pi$
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…;. I have been looking at this and scratching my head.
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revised How is $\arctan(\sinh(x * \pi))$ the inverse of $\log(\tan(x)) / \pi$
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asked How is $\arctan(\sinh(x * \pi))$ the inverse of $\log(\tan(x)) / \pi$
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comment Reducing Function to be Expressed in Terms of 1 Trigonometric Function
@MichaelHardy Your mathematical knowledge on this subject is impressive. I am interested in learning more. The problem I am solving is directly related to the Mercator projection. Do you have any recomended readings? I have Map Projections Used by the U.S. Geological Survey by John Snyder, as well as a few others.
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comment Reducing Function to be Expressed in Terms of 1 Trigonometric Function
How does $\frac{\sin x + 1}{\cos x} = \frac{\cos y + 1}{\sin y}$?
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accepted Does $\operatorname{arcsec}(x) = 1 /\arccos(x)$?
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comment Does $\operatorname{arcsec}(x) = 1 /\arccos(x)$?
Go to wolframalpha.com/widgets/… and input log10(tan(x) + sec(x)) as your fuction.
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asked Does $\operatorname{arcsec}(x) = 1 /\arccos(x)$?
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accepted Prove that when computing gcd(m, n), n will always be smaller, Except for possibly on the first computation