Evaluate the subsequent inverse trigonometric functions, Mathematics

Evaluate the subsequent inverse trigonometric functions:

Evaluate the subsequent inverse trigonometric functions.

arcsin   0.3746 22°

arccos  0.3746 69°

arctan  0.3839 21°

arccot 2.1445 = arctan ½.1445 = arctan 0.4663 = 25°

arcsec 2.6695 = arcos ½.6695 = arcos 0.3746 = 68°

arccsc 2.7904 = arcsin ½.7904 = arcsin 0.3584 = 21°

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