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*This function gives the sin value of 'iz'. | *This function gives the sin value of 'iz'. | ||
− | *Where 'iz' is the complex number in the form of <math>x+iy</math> | + | *Where 'iz' is the complex number in the form of <math>x+iy</math> |
− | *'i' imaginary unit <math>i=\sqrt | + | *x & y are the real numbers. |
+ | *'i' imaginary unit <math>i=\sqrt{-1}</math> | ||
*Also x is called the real part & y is the imaginary part of a complex number. | *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. | *'COMPLEX' is the function used to convert real & imaginary numbers in to a complex number. |
Revision as of 03:54, 6 November 2013
IMSIN(iz)
- where iz is the complex number
Description
- This function gives the sin value of 'iz'.
- Where 'iz' is the complex number in the form of
- x & y are the real numbers.
- 'i' 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
IMSIN(iz)
- iz is the complex number.
IMSIN(iz) | Value(Radian) |
IMSIN("4+5i") | -56.162-i48.502 |
IMSIN("4-5i") | 56.162-i48.502 |
IMSIN("4") | 0.756802 |
See Also