Hey guys, I just have a quick question. Is there a true inverse of sine? now I know that an inverse of sine wouldn't be a function, but what if we restricted it. then wouldn't you be able to make a kind-of inverse function?

Ok I i'm just going to come out and say it, can you solve this? (for 'y' of course)

this question has been eating at my soul for the past few days and if someone could provide some in-site that would be greatCode:x=(sqrt(y-2)^2)+(sqrt(-y+4)^2)+sin(y)-2

-thanks in advance

actually I need it for x=0 to try to find Pi so in that case you can just solve this...

God... that's ugly.Code:0=(sqrt(y-2)^2)+(sqrt(-y+4)^2)+sin(y)-2

-thanks again

btw: my logic has been all over the place lately so if something looks strange, that's why. like if i am using Pi to find Pi, that's what my friend told me I am doing...