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== Examples ==
== Examples ==
*'''z''' is any real number.
*'''iz''' is the complex number.  
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  • where z is any real number


  • This function gives the sin value of 'iz'.
  • Where iz is the complex number in the form of "x+iy".i.e. x&y are the real numbers.
  • 'I' imaginary unit .i=sqrt(-1).
  • Also x is called the real part & y is the imaginary patr of a complex number.
  • 'COMPLEX' is the function used to convert real& imaginary numbers in to a complex number.
  • sin(x+iy) is defined by sin(x+iy)=sin(x)cosh(y)-icos(x)sinh(y)



  • iz is the complex number.
COSH(z) Value(Radian)
COSH(0) 1
COSH(10) 11013.232920103319
COSH(7) COSH(7)=548.3170352

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