# Category: Trigonometric functions

Tangens
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Hacovercosine
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Secant complement
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Secans complementi
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Sinus secundus
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Sin (trigonometry)
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Secans interior
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Cosinus versus
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Versed cosine
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Sinus complementi
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Hacoversed sine
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Coexsecant
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Havercosine
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Cotangens
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Goniometric function
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Haversine
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Coversed sine
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Covercosine
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Sine complement
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Ctg (trigonometry)
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Excosecant
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Haversed sine
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Secans exterior
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Secant (trigonometry)
No description available.
Cohaversine
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Tangent complement
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Tangens complementi
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Turned chord
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Hacoversed cosine
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Exsecant
The exsecant (exsec, exs) and excosecant (excosec, excsc, exc) are trigonometric functions defined in terms of the secant and cosecant functions. They used to be important in fields such as surveying,
Sinus (trigonometry)
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Cosinus
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Tan (trigonometry)
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Cot (trigonometry)
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Cotangent
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Cosecans
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Cosinus rectus
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Cotan (trigonometry)
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Prosinus
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Secans
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Sinus rectus primus
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Vercosine
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Chord (trigonometry)
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Versine
The versine or versed sine is a trigonometric function found in some of the earliest (Sanskrit Aryabhatia,Section I) trigonometric tables. The versine of an angle is 1 minus its cosine. There are seve
Jyā, koti-jyā and utkrama-jyā
Jyā, koṭi-jyā and utkrama-jyā are three trigonometric functions introduced by Indian mathematicians and astronomers. The earliest known Indian treatise containing references to these functions is Sury
Versed sine
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Cos (trigonometry)
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Sec (trigonometry)
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Sinus rectus secundus
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Sinus secundus arcus
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Tangent (trigonometry)
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Sine and cosine
In mathematics, sine and cosine are trigonometric functions of an angle. The sine and cosine of an acute angle are defined in the context of a right triangle: for the specified angle, its sine is the
Cosine
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Coversine
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Sinus rectus (trigonometry)
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Semiversus
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Cosecant
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Sinus rectus arcus
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Trigonometric functions
In mathematics, the trigonometric functions (also called circular functions, angle functions or goniometric functions) are real functions which relate an angle of a right-angled triangle to ratios of
Cosec
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Haversed cosine
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Tg (trigonometry)
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Sinus versus
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Csc (trigonometry)
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Sinus versus arcus
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Cohavercosine
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Versinus
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Coversed cosine
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Hacoversine
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