Inverse Hyperbolic Trigonometry as Logarithms: coth^-1(x)

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In this video I go over converting inverse hyperbolic trig functions to logarithms and prove that the function inverse hyperbolic cotangent or coth-1(x) is equal to 1/2·ln((x+1)/(x-1)).

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Inverse Hyperbolic Trig Functions to Logarithms: coth-1(x)

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