Sine



Note: In this series A is in radians. 7 terms in the series are required to get an answer accurate to 8 decimal places for . Ten terms in the series are required to get an answer accurate to 15 decimal places for the same range of A.

There are a number of ways denoting the inverse sine function e.g. sin-1(A) or arcsin(A) or asn(A)















The following expression is also known as the half angle formula:

See also: Cosecant, Cosine, Cotangent, Hyperbolic Sine, Secant, Series Expansions, Sinc Function, Sine Wave, Sinusoidal, Tangent, Trigonometric Functions.

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Subjects: Trigonometry