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### Is sinh a trigonometric function?

Yes, but it is called a hyberbolic trigonometric function Full Answer

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Yes, but it is called a hyberbolic trigonometric function Full Answer

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TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS OF ANY ANGLE Full Answer

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Cosine is not a function of cytoskeleton: it is a trigonometric function! Full Answer

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It is a trigonometric function. It is also continuous. Full Answer

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An antitrigonometric function is another term for an inverse trigonometric function. Full Answer

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The trigonometric function of an angle gives a certain value The arc trigonometric function of value is simply the angle For example, if sin (30 degrees) = 0.500 then arc sine ( 0.500) = 30 degrees Full Answer

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Trigonometric functions are defined from a numeric domain to a numeric range. So the input number determines whether or not the function is defined for that value and, if so, what the value of the function is. Full Answer

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opposite/hypotenuse Full Answer

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Use trigonometric identities to simplify the equation so that you have a simple trigonometric term on one side of the equation and a simple value of the other. Then use the appropriate inverse trigonometric or arc function. Full Answer

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You only use the seccant trigonometric function. Full Answer

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circular functions Full Answer

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Cotangent is a trigonometric function. It is the reciprocal of the tangent. Full Answer

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The tangent and cotangent functions. Full Answer

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The following is the answer. Full Answer

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cot(A+B+C) is, itself, a trigonometric function, so the question does not really make any sense! Full Answer

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The tangent function, perhaps. Tan is an Ant that is messed up. Full Answer

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The period of trigonometric function is the distance between repetitions of the function. The "x" value of the space it takes to start over. Full Answer

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It is a trigonometric function whose argument is the number theta. Full Answer

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Sine, Cosine, Tangent, Cosecant, Secant and Cotangent. Full Answer

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y = sin(x) Full Answer

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It is just a name invented by mathematicians. Full Answer

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The sign is >. Sine is a trigonometric function. Full Answer

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The trigonometric functions are sine, cosine and tangent along with their reciprocals and the inverses. Whether the angle is acute or obtuse (or reflex) makes no difference). Full Answer

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arcsin(1) arccos(0) Full Answer

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"Circular functions" is basically another name for "trigonometric functions". Full Answer

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The basic trigonometric functions have periods of pi or 2pi radians (180 or 360 degrees). But a key property of a trig function is that it can be made to have any periodicity. Full Answer

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Trigonometric functions, exponential functions are two common examples. Full Answer

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No, coth is a trigonometric function with no real existence and so cannot be eaten. Full Answer

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it is the square root of 3 divided by 2 Full Answer

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All six trigonometric functions can take the value 1. Full Answer

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Sine of an angle (in a right triangle) is the side opposite of the angle divided by the hypotenuse. Full Answer

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The period of a trigonometric function, since it depends on the angle of a ray centered in a unit circle, is 2 pi radians or 360 degrees. Full Answer

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It is a trigonometric function, equivalent to the sine of an angle divided by the cosine of the same angle. Full Answer

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You find the average rate of change of the function. That gives you the derivative on different points of the graph. Full Answer

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You need to give more information. Please tell me which trig function and which limit and I will be happy to answer your question. Some of these limits exists and some do not. Full Answer

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Trigonometry is the study of the relationships between the sides and the angles of triangles and with the trigonometric functions, which describe those relationships. Full Answer

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The product of any object and its reciprocal is always the identity. In the case of numbers, 1 (one). Full Answer