Sin[cot-1{cos(tan-1x)}], Mathematics

sin (cot-1 {cos (tan -1x)})

tan-1 x = A  => tan A =x

sec A = √(1+x2) ==>  cos A = 1/√(1+x2)    so   A =  cos-1(1/√(1+x2))

sin (cot-1 {cos (tan -1x)}) = sin (cot-1 {cos (cos-1(1/√(1+x2))}) 

=sin (cot-1 {(1/√(1+x2))})

if cot-1 {(1/√(1+x2))} = B

{(1/√(1+x2))} = cotB  ==>  cosec B = {(√[(2+x2)/(1+x2)])}

sin B = {(√[(1+x2)/(2+x2)]} ==>  B  = sin -1 ({(√[(1+x2)/(2+x2)]})

sin {sin -1 ({(√[(1+x2)/(2+x2)]})} = √[(1+x2)/(2+x2)]

the answer is √[(1+x2)/(2+x2)]

 

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