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Dictionary: Trigonometric Functions

Dictionary: Trigonometric Functions

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Dictionary: Trigonometric Functions

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This portion of the Dictionary provides access to built-in functions that manipulate numbers in a scientific manner.

 

ð        SIN() - Returns the trigonometric sine of an angle measured in radians. The sine is the ratio of the length of the angle's opposite side divided by the length of the hypotenuse. For example, eturns the trigonometric cosine of an angle measured in radians. The cosine is the ratio of the length of the angle's adjacent side divided by the length of the hypotenuse. For example, sineAngle = SIN( 45 * 3.142498712)
ð        COS() - Returns the trigonometric cosine of an angle measured in radians. The cosine is the ratio of the length of the angle's adjacent side divided by the length of the hypotenuse. For example, cosineAngle = COS( 45 * 3.142498712)
ð        TAN() - Returns the trigonometric tangent of an angle measured in radians. The tangent is the ratio of the angle's opposite side divided by its adjacent side. For example, TanAngle = TAN( 45 * 3.142498712)
ð        ACOS() - Returns the inverse cosine. The inverse of a cosine is the angle that produces the cosine. The return value is the angle in radians. p is a constant which represents the ratio of the circumference and radius of a circle. There are 2p radians (or 360 degrees) in a circle. For example, acos = ACOS( 45 * 3.142498712)
ð        ASIN() - Returns the inverse sine. The inverse of a sine is the angle that produces the sine. The return value is the angle in radians. p is a constant which represents the ratio of the circumference and radius of a circle. There are 2p radians (or 360 degrees) in a circle. For example, asine = ASIN( 45 * 3.142498712)
ð        ATAN() - Returns the inverse tangent. The inverse of a tangent is the angle that produces the tangent. The return value is the angle in radians. p is a constant which represents the ratio of the circumference and radius of a circle. There are 2p radians (or 360 degrees) in a circle. For example, TanAngle = ATAN( 45 * 3.142498712)

 

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