Manuals/calci/DTAN
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DCOTAN(x)
- where x is the angle in Radians
- by default Calci use Radian as angle
COTAN can be used if the angle is in Radians.
Description
- This function is used to obtain the Cotangent value of 'x' in degrees.
- It is the reciprocal of TAN function i.e.,Cotan(x) = 1 / Tan(x) or Cos(x) / Sin(x).
- In a right angled triangle Cotan(x) = Adjacent side / Opposite side.
- To obtain the value in Radians multiply with PI()/180 or use Cotan function COTAN(X)
- DCOTAN returns NaN if 'x' is not real
The angle can be a single value or any complex array of values.
The following example shows how COTAN is applied to an array of numbers containing numbers 1..10.
- Type =1..10@DCOTAN in Calci
- Type =1..10@DCOTAN or 1..10@DCOTAN in ZOS
Number | DCOTAN |
---|---|
1 | 0.642092616 |
2 | -0.457657554 |
3 | -7.015252551 |
4 | 0.863691154 |
5 | -0.295812916 |
6 | -3.436353004 |
7 | 1.147515422 |
8 | -0.147065064 |
9 | -2.210845411 |
10 | 1.542351045 |
Examples
DCOTAN(x)
- x is the angle in radians.
- COTAN(-X)=-COTAN(X)
- Result shows COTAN(abc)= NAN
DCOTAN(Radian) | Value |
DCOTAN (100) | 0.1762698070846492 |
DCOTAN (20) | 2.7474774194546225 |
DCOTAN (-20) | 2.7474774194546225 |
See Also
References
DTAN(n)
where
n is the angle in radian.
DTAN returns the double-precision real tangent of its double-precision real argument.
DTAN returns NaN if n is not real
DTAN
Lets see an example in (Column2Row1)
=DTAN(Column1Row1)
Returns 0.8391 for DTAN(40)
Consider another example in (Column2Row2)
=DTAN(Column1Row2)
Returns NaN for DTAN("abc")
Syntax
Remarks
Examples
Description
Column1 | Column2 | Column3 | Column4 | |
Row1 | 40 | 0.8391 | ||
Row2 | abc | NaN | ||
Row3 | ||||
Row4 | ||||
Row5 | ||||
Row6 |
File:Calci1.gif | $ |