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Inverse Hyperbolic Functions: Properties & Applications

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Simplify the following:

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1. Answer the following question regarding the derivative of y = arcsinh(x).

2. Find the value for arcsech(2).

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Quiz what you know about inverse hyperbolic functions with these study assessments. Topics on the interactive quiz include how to simplify an inverse function and a derivative for arcsinh(x).

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

For insight into what you know, consider these key points:

  • How to find the value of arcsech(2)
  • What is a horizontal asymptote
  • Evaluate a definite integral

Skills Practiced

  • Problem solving - use acquired knowledge to solve inverse hyperbolic functions practice problems
  • Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine information about simplifying functions in a different light
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately define main phrases, such as definite integral and horizontal asymptote

Additional Learning

For more on the mathematical subject, review the lesson named Inverse Hyperbolic Functions: Properties & Applications. The following concepts will be covered:

  • Metaphor of what an inverse hyperbolic function is
  • What is an inverse hyperbolic secant function
  • How these sine functions are written
  • The writing of an inverse hyperbolic cosine function
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