the angle, measured in radians, that has a cosecant equal to a given number. Abbreviation: arc csc; Symbol: csc−1
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- arbuthnot, john,
- arbutus, trailing,
- arc cos,
- arc cosine,
- arc cot,
- arc cotangent,
- arc csc,
- arc de triomphe
Origin of arc cosecant
First recorded in 1905–10
Also called inverse cosecant.
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The inverse of the cosecant function.
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