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Asked Jul 27, 2019

What is the domain of the function *y* = 3sin^{–1}(2*t*)?

Can you explain how to think about the above question?

Step 1

The given function,

Step 2

In order to find the domain of the given function, we will consider the domain of the basic function, here the basic function is sin^{-1}x.

So the domain of sin^{-1}x is given by,

Step 3

But here the input value is 2t so the d...

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