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December 27, 2005, 2:28 pm
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Re: "ARC" key on calculator
What did the ARC key do? Was it used in combination with the SIN,
TAN, etc. keys to get the arcsine, arctan, etc. functions? If so, most
modern scientific calculators represent these with either ASIN, ATAN,
etc. or sin^-1, tan^-1, etc.
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