I have a question about solving equations with trigonometric functions. To my understanding, one can use inverse functions like this:
$$\sin \theta = a, \quad \arcsin a = \theta$$
But I do not know how to solve something with more than one function, like this one:
$$xy\sin \theta = zxy\cos \theta $$
I was able to simplify it to:
$$\sin \theta = z * \cos \theta $$
How can I rewrite this to be equal to theta?
Sorry if I missed anything; this is for an intro calculus class. Thanks.
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