# Example 6 - Chapter 2 Class 12 Inverse Trigonometric Functions (Term 1)

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Example 6 Write cotβ1 (1/β(π₯^2 β 1)), |π₯| > 1 in the simplest form. cot-1 (1/β(π₯^2 β 1)) Putting x = sec ΞΈ = cotβ1 (1/β(γπ¬ππγ^πβ‘π β 1)) = cotβ1 (1/β(γ(π + γπππ§γ^πγβ‘π½ ) β 1)) = cotβ1 (1/β(tan^2β‘ΞΈ )) We write 1/β(π₯^2 β 1) in form of cot Whenever there is β(π₯^2β1) , we put x = sec ΞΈ = cotβ1 (1/tanβ‘ΞΈ ) = cotβ1 (cot ΞΈ) = ΞΈ We assumed x = sec ΞΈ sec ΞΈ = x ΞΈ = secβ1 x Hence, our equation becomes cotβ1 (1/β(π₯^2β1)) = ΞΈ cotβ1 (1/β(π₯^2β1)) = secβ1 x