## What is the degree of tan-1?

## What is the degree of tan-1?

We know that a tan of 90 degrees is defined as infinity. Thus for tan-1 the value is 90 degrees.

**Is inverse tan 1 tan?**

tan^-1x is the inverse of tan. This is more formally known as arctan. Its a completely different to 1/tanx.

### What is tan 1x equal to?

tan x−1, sometimes interpreted as (tan(x))−1 = 1tan(x) = cot(x) or cotangent of x, the multiplicative inverse (or reciprocal) of the trigonometric function tangent (see above for ambiguity)

**Where is tan 1?**

Common angles again

Degrees | Radians | tangent |
---|---|---|

60° | π/3 | √3 |

45° | π/4 | 1 |

30° | π/6 | 1/√3 |

0° | 0 | 0 |

## What is the value of tan inverse 2 in degree?

tan⁻1 (2)= 2 -2.67+6.4–18.29+56.88– The approximate value of tan ⁻2 is 63.

**What is tan inverse 1x?**

Inverse Tan. Inverse tan is one of the inverse trigonometric functions and it is written as tan-1x and is read as “tan inverse x”. It is also known as arctan (x). We have 6 inverse trigonometric functions that correspond to six trigonometric functions. The inverse tan function is one among them.

### Why is tan 1?

The tangent formula is used to tan of an angle in a right-angled triangle. The inverse tangent formula is used to find the angle when the side opposite to that angle and adjacent side are known to us. The inverse of Tangent is represented by arctan or tan-1.

**Is inverse tan-1 tan?**

## Is tan-1 the reciprocal of tan?

The inverse of Tangent is represented by arctan or tan-1. The trigonometric functions/ratios are: Sine.

**Where does inverse tan equal?**

The value of the inverse tangent of a number x is the angle in a right triangle whose ratio of opposite to adjacent sides is equal to that number: x =O/A.