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    The Six Hyperbolic Functions Help

    Introduction to the Six Hyperbolic Functions There are six hyperbolic functions that are similar in some ways to the circular functions. They are known as the hyperbolic sine, hyperbolic cosine, hyperbolic tangent, hyperbolic cosecant, hyperbolic ...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    Hyperbolic Inverses Help

    Introduction Hyperbolic Inverses—Logarithms Each of the six hyperbolic functions has an inverse relation. These are known as the hyperbolic arcsine, hyperbolic arccosine, hyperbolic arctangent, hyperbolic arccosecant, hyperbolic ...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    Hyperbolic Function Facts Help

    Hyperbolic Function Facts—Pythagorean Theorem Here’s another flurry of facts, this time involving the hyperbolic functions. You are not expected to memorize any of these, but you should be able to use them in calculations if you ...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    Hyperbolic Functions Practice Test

    Review the following concepts if needed: The 6 Hyperbolic Functions Help

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    Trigonometry and Functions Study Guide

    Trigonometry and Functions In this lesson, we study very important and useful mathematical objects called functions. If you plug a number into a function, out will come another number. This can be a handy way to relate pieces of information. We ...

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    Trigonometry and Sine Study Guide

    Trigonometry and Sine In this lesson, we introduce the sine function. We show how to evaluate the sine of an angle in a right triangle. Often, this is as easy as dividing the length of one side of the triangle by another. Sometimes we need to use ...

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    Trigonometry and Cosine Study Guide

    Trigonometry and Cosine In this lesson, we study a new trigonometric function, cosine. Just as with sine, this function is based on a right triangle. For cosine, however, we use a different pair of sides from that triangle. We find the cosine for ...

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    Trigonometry and Tangents Study Guide

    Trigonometry and Tangents In this lesson, we study the third trigonometric function, tangent. Tangent is much like sine and cosine, but it uses different sides of the right triangle. We evaluate the tangent for a number of angles, ...

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    Secant, Cosecant, and Cotangent Study Guide

    Secant, Cosecant, and Cotangent In this lesson, we introduce the last three trigonometric functions: secant, cosecant, and cotangent. Again, these are evaluated by dividing one length of a right triangle by another. We then ...

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    Nice Angles Study Guide

    Nice Angles We now evaluate the trigonometric values of angles that are larger than 90° and less than 0°. The sine and cosine come directly from the y- and x-coordinates of the point on the unit circle, which correspond ...

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