This is a compilation of questions on the differentiation of inverse trigonometric functions from my collection of mathematics textbooks. The questions are suitable for students preparing for the H1 and H2 A-Level Mathematics papers in Singapore, STPM Mathematics papers in Malaysia, the CIE, OCR, Edexcel mathematics papers around the world, JIE mathematics papers in India, etc. Please feel free to download and use.

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This is a compilation of questions on the differentiation of inverse trigonometric functions from my collection of mathematics textbooks. The questions are suitable for students preparing for the H1 and H2 A-Level Mathematics papers in Singapore, STPM Mathematics papers in Malaysia, the CIE, OCR, Edexcel mathematics papers around the world, JIE mathematics papers in India, etc. Please feel free to download and use.

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Differentiation of

Inverse Trigonometric Functions

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Question 1

Differentiate with respect to :

sec 1 2

Source: RIP202(2i)

Question 2

Differentiate with respect to :

1

tan

Source: RIP202(2ii)

1

(

)

1+

Question 3

Differentiate with respect to :

sin1 2

Source: RIP203(20)

Question 4

Differentiate with respect to :

1

tan

Source: RIP203(21)

( )

2

Question 5

Differentiate with respect to :

cos 1 3

Source: RIP203(22)

Question 6

Differentiate with respect to :

cot 1

Source: RIP203(23)

Question 7

Differentiate with respect to :

csc 1

Source: RIP203(24)

Question 8

Differentiate with respect to :

sin1

Source: RIP203(25)

Question 9

Differentiate with respect to :

1

tan

Source: RIP203(26)

1

( )

Question 10

Differentiate with respect to :

cos1 ( 2 )

Source: RIP203(27)

Question 11

Differentiate with respect to :

1

sin

Source: RIP203(28)

1

(

)

+1

Question 12

Differentiate with respect to :

1

tan

Source: RIP203(29)

2+

(

)

1 2

Question 13

Differentiate with respect to :

1

sin

Source: RIP203(30)

1

(

)

1+

Question 14

Differentiate with respect to :

sec 1 3

Source: RIP203(31)

Question 15

Differentiate with respect to :

tan1 (sin )

Source: RIP203(32)

Question 16

Differentiate with respect to :

sin1 (cos )

Source: RIP203(33)

Question 17

Differentiate with respect to :

sin1 (2 sin )

Source: RIP203(34)

Question 18

Differentiate with respect to :

cos 1 (

Source: RIP212(2i)

+ 2

Question 19

Differentiate with respect to :

tan1 (

Source: RIP212(2iii)

4

)

1 4

Question 20

Differentiate with respect to :

cos 1

1 2

Source: RIP212(2iv)

Question 21

Differentiate with respect to :

2

+1

1

tan ( 2

)

1

Source: RIP212(3i)

Question 22

Differentiate with respect to :

2

1

cos1 (

)

1 + 2

Source: RIP212(3ii)

Question 23

Differentiate with respect to :

1

sin

Source: RIP212(3iii)

1

1 + 2

Question 24

Differentiate with respect to :

tan = tan1

Source: RIP212(9)

Question 25

Differentiate with respect to :

sin1 1 2

Source: TFWG531(15)

Question 26

Differentiate with respect to :

1

sin

Source: TFWG531(16)

Question 27

Differentiate with respect to :

ln(cos 1 )

Source: TFWG531(17)

Question 28

Differentiate with respect to :

cos 1 1 2

Source: TFWG531(18)

Question 29

Differentiate with respect to :

1

tan

Source: TFWG531(19)

1

ln

2

Question 30

Differentiate with respect to :

(1 + 2 ) cos 1 2

Source: TFWG531(20)

Question 31

Differentiate with respect to :

sec 1 2 1

Source: TFWG531(21)

Question 32

Differentiate with respect to :

2 1 sec 1

Source: TFWG531(22)

Question 33

Differentiate with respect to :

csc 1 (sec )

Source: TFWG531(23)

Question 34

Differentiate with respect to :

1

(1 + 2 ) tan

Source: TFWG531(24)

Question 35

Differentiate with respect to :

2 sec 1( 2 )

Source: EWS398(11)

Question 36

Differentiate with respect to :

tan1(ln 3 )

Source: EWS398(11)

Question 37

Differentiate with respect to :

(3 + 7)2

sin1 5

Source: EWS398(11)

Question 38

Differentiate with respect to :

sec 1 4

Source: EWS399(18)

Question 39

Differentiate with respect to :

(1 + sec 1 2 )2

Source: EWS399(30)

Question 40

Differentiate with respect to :

1 2

cos 1

Source: EWS399(36)

Question 41

Differentiate with respect to :

sin1 1

Source: EWS399(37)

Question 42

Differentiate with respect to :

sin1 (1 2 )

Source: EWS399(38)

Question 43

Differentiate with respect to :

(tan + tan1 )4

Source: EWS399(41)

Question 44

Differentiate with respect to :

4 sec 1 4

Source: EWS399(42)

Question 45

Differentiate with respect to :

tan1 (tan1 )

Source: EWS399(43)

Question 46

Differentiate with respect to :

sin1 ( 2 2 3)

Source: MW132(1)

Question 47

Differentiate with respect to :

tan1 3

Source: MW133(2)

Question 48

Differentiate with respect to :

sin1 ( 2 )

Source: MW134(1)

Question 49

Differentiate with respect to :

sin1 ( 1)

Source: MW134(2)

Question 50

Differentiate with respect to :

tan1 ( 2 )

Source: MW134(3)

Question 51

Differentiate with respect to :

tan1 ( 1)

Source: MW134(4)

Question 52

Differentiate with respect to :

sin(sin1 )

Source: MW134(5)

Question 53

Differentiate with respect to :

sin1 (sin )

Source: MW134(6)

Question 54

Differentiate with respect to :

1

tan

Source: MW134(7)

(

)

1

Question 55

Differentiate with respect to :

sin1 (1 )2

Source: MW134(8)

Question 56

Differentiate with respect to :

sec 1 ( 2 3)

Source: MW134(9)

Question 57

Differentiate with respect to :

sin1

Source: MW134(10)

Sources

Sources

AY

Ayres, F., & Mendelson, E. (2000). Calculus (4th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill.

DDB

Berkey, D.D. (1988). Calculus (2nd ed.). New York: Saunders College Publishing.

EP

Edwards, C.H., & Penney, D.E. (1986). Calculus and Analytic Geometry (2nd ed.). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: PrenticeHall.

EWS

Swokowski, E.W. (1984). Calculus with Analytic Geometry (3rd ed.). Boston, MA: Prindle, Weber & Schmidt.

JLS

Smyrl, J.L. (1978). An Introduction to University Mathematics. London: Hodder and Stoughton.

GM

LS

Chee, L. (2007). A Complete H2 Maths Guide (Pure Mathematics). Singapore: Educational Publishing House.

MW

March, H.W., & Wolff, H.C. (1917). Calculus. New York: McGraw-Hill Co.

JMAW

PV

Purcell, E.J., & Varberg, D. (1987). Calculus with Analytic Geometry (5th ed.). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

RAA

Adams, R.A. (1999). Calculus: A Complete Course (4th ed.). Don Mills, Canada: Addison Wesley Longman.

RCS

RIP

Porter, R.I. (1979). Further Elementary Analysis (4th ed.). London: G. Bell & Sons.

SIG

SRG

Sherlock, A.J., Roebuck, E.M., & Godfrey, M.G. (1982). Calculus: Pure and Applied. London: Edward Arnold.

TFWG

Thomas, G.B., Finney, R.L., Weir, M.D., & Giordano, F.R. (2003). Thomas Calculus (Updated 10th ed.). Boston:

Addison Wesley.

TKS

Teh, K.S. (1983). Pure and Applied Mathematics (O Level). Singapore: Book Emporium.

WFO

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