So, as I earlier said in my previous note, here's the wiki on Generalizing The Circular Functions

The basic idea behind this wiki s to demonstrate that how can we evaluate inverse trigonometric functions outside their domain using complex analysis.

I dub this wiki as "Generalizing The Circular Functions" because the formula presented in the wiki can help you evaluate the principal value of a trigonometric function for all complex valued \(x\). Therefore, I think of it as a general formula for the trig functions. And thus, the title.

Any suggestions are highly appreciated.

Thanks,

Kishlaya Jaiswal.

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Wow!!! I didn't know that we could solve it this way. I'll try some questions this way and then I'll get back to you .

Best of luck for finding out new Theorems, techniques .

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