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Topic: Inverse of f(theta) = theta x sin(theta).
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peasthope@shaw.ca

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Inverse of f(theta) = theta x sin(theta).
Posted: Oct 21, 2011 12:20 PM
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Given the function (theta x sin(theta)) for real theta. Is there a tidy expression for the inverse? If not a closed form trigonometric expression, then an infinite series.

Thanks, ... Peter E.



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