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| IMCSC("6+4i") | | IMCSC("6+4i") | ||
− | | -0. | + | | -0.010244579254329797-0.03518037937143114ⅈ |
|- class="even" | |- class="even" | ||
| IMCSC("6-8i") | | IMCSC("6-8i") | ||
− | | -0. | + | | -0.00018746697130656885+0.0006442025450429695ⅈ |
|- class="odd" | |- class="odd" |
Latest revision as of 04:29, 23 October 2020
IMCSC(ComplexNumber)
- where is any complex number of the form x+iy.
Description
- This function gives the COSEC value of a complex number.
- Consider the complex number is the form of
- x & y are the real numbers.
- 'i' is the imaginary unit
- Also x is called the real part & y is the imaginary part of a complex number.
- COMPLEX is the function used to convert Real & Imaginary numbers in to a complex number.
- is defined by
Examples
IMCSC(ComplexNumber)
- ComplexNumber is any complex number.
IMCSC(ComplexNumber) | Value |
IMCSC("6+4i") | -0.010244579254329797-0.03518037937143114ⅈ |
IMCSC("6-8i") | -0.00018746697130656885+0.0006442025450429695ⅈ |
IMCSC("10") | -1.8381639608896656+i0 |
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