Using the sympy.acsc()
method, we can find the cosine value using the sympy.acsc ()
function.
Syntax:
sympy.acsc ()
Return: Return value of cosine inverse.
Example # 1:
In this example we can see that with sympy.acsc ()
we can find the inverse cosine .

Output:
1.5707963267949  1.31695789692482 * I
Example # 2:

Output:
1.5707963267949  0.693147180559945 * I
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