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Calculus II Problem

Let $f(x)=cosx,???x?0$. Determine each of the following: a. $sin(f_{?1}(1))=$ b. $cos(f_{?1}(?3e?))=$ c. $f_{?1}(sin0)=$ d. $f_{?1}(sin(6??))=$ e. $D_{x}cos_{?1}xDxf_{?1}(x)$ for all $?1<x<1$ Note: The answer must be one of the following $?,?_{1}=$ or imp Cimpossible to compare) f. The slope of the tangent line to the graph of $y=f_{?1}(x)$ at $x=?1$ is 9. The slope of the tangent line to the graph of $y=f_{?1}(x)$ at $x=0$ is h. $Dxf_{?1}(x)?dxd?(ex?cos_{?1}(x))=1$