# In terms of x and y only, how would you write the following expression? #sin(tan^-1 x+cos^-1 y)#

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In terms of ( x ) and ( y ) only, the expression can be written as:

[ \sin\left(\tan^{-1}(x) + \cos^{-1}(y)\right) ]

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