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@ -31,38 +31,42 @@ No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
cbr
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
lb
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
Binary logarithm function.#NEWLINE#
ln
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
Natural logarithm function.#NEWLINE#
lg
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
Common logarithm function.#NEWLINE#
; Partly from https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Sine
sin
Sine is the trigonometric function that for an acute angle is the#NEWLINE#ratio between the leg opposite the angle when it is considered#NEWLINE#part of a right triangle and the hypotenuse.#NEWLINE#
; Partly from https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Trigonometric_functions
cos
Cosine is the trigonometric function that for an acute angle is the#NEWLINE#ratio between the leg adjacent to the angle when it is considered#NEWLINE#part of a right triangle and the hypotenuse#NEWLINE#
Cosine is the trigonometric function that for an acute angle is the#NEWLINE#ratio between the leg adjacent to the angle when it is considered#NEWLINE#part of a right triangle and the hypotenuse.#NEWLINE#
; Partly from https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Trigonometric_functions
tan
Tangent is one of the trigonometry functions. In a right triangle,#NEWLINE#the tangent of an angle is the opposite side over the adjacent side.#NEWLINE#
; Partly from https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Trigonometric_functions
cot
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
The cotangent cot(x), ctg(x) or ctn(x), is the reciprocal of tan(x).#NEWLINE#The cotangent is the ratio of the length of the adjacent side to the length of the opposite side.#NEWLINE#
; Partly from https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Trigonometric_functions
sec
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
The secant sec(x) is the reciprocal of cos(x).#NEWLINE#The secant is the ratio of the length of the hypotenuse to the length of the adjacent side.#NEWLINE#So called because it is the tangent of the complementary or co-angle.#NEWLINE#
; Partly from https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Trigonometric_functions
csc
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
The cosecant csc(x) or cosec(x), is the reciprocal of sin(x).#NEWLINE#The cosecant is the ratio of the length of the hypotenuse to the length of the opposite side.#NEWLINE#So called because it is the secant of the complementary or co-angle.#NEWLINE#
; Partly from https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Trigonometric_functions
asin
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
arc sine function.#NEWLINE#
acos
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
arc cosine function.#NEWLINE#
atan
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
arc tangent function of one variable.#NEWLINE#
acot
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
arc cotangent function.#NEWLINE#
asec
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
arc secant function.#NEWLINE#
acsc
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
arc cosecant function.#NEWLINE#
sinh
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
cosh
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ahvc
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
ahcv
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
The inverse hacoversed sine is not implemented in this version of amath.#NEWLINE#
ahcc
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
The inverse hacoversed cosine is not implemented in this version of amath.#NEWLINE#
exsec
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
exsecant function.#NEWLINE#
excsc
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
excosecant function.#NEWLINE#
aexsec
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
inverse exsecant function.#NEWLINE#
aexcsc
No help is available for this function.#NEWLINE#
inverse excosecant function.#NEWLINE#

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