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Hello,

This is the last one blog post about key figures operators and it will talk about the Trigonometric ones. 🙂

If you want to check another available operators, please check the blog posts below:

Trigonometric Operators in your system



  • ACOS

  • ASIN

  • COS

  • COSH

  • SIN

  • SINH

  • TAN

  • TANH


I’m going to provide with a practical example on the operators. Please consider the formulas used and change their values as below:

ValueOrKeyFigure1 = Confirmed Quantity

After the explanation of each Trigonometric Operator, you will find a table with example of possible results based on the provided values and formulas.

ACOS

Returns the arc-cosine, in radians, of the numeric argument between -1 and 1. It will result in error in case the provided argument is not any between -1 and 1.

Example: ACOS(“ValueOrKeyFigure1”)

 

ASIN

It calculates the arcsine (i.e. the inverse sine) of a given number, and returns an angle, in radians, between -π/2 and π/2.

Example: ASIN(“ValueOrKeyFigure1”)

 

COS

The COS function returns the cosine of angle given in radians.

Example: COS(“ValueOrKeyFigure1”)

 

COSH

Returns the hyperbolic cosine of a number.

Example: COSH(“ValueOrKeyFigure1”)

 

SIN

Returns the sine of an angle.

Example: SIN(“ValueOrKeyFigure1”)

 

SINH

Returns the hyperbolic sine of an angle.

Example: SINH(“ValueOrKeyFigure1”)

TAN

Returns the tangent of an angle.

Example: TAN(“ValueOrKeyFigure1”)

 

TANH

Returns the hyperbolic tangent of an angle.

Example: TANH(“ValueOrKeyFigure1”)

 

Table with examples for Trigonometric Operators




I hope you all have been able to understand a bit more on Trigonometric Operators. If you have any doubt, please do not hesitate on commenting them below. ?
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