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mikau
2005-10-05 11:23:55

Hey it works! Thanks again mathisfun! Are there functions for arcsin, arccos, and arctan?

mikau
2005-10-05 11:16:37

mikau
2005-10-05 10:56:58

Thats exactly what I'm looking for! :-D Thanks a yotta, Mathisfun!

MathsIsFun
2005-10-03 08:42:31

For performance I would use the standard include "math.h" - it has sin cos and tan.

Example:

#include <stdio.h>
#include <math.h>

#define PI 3.141592654

int main () {
double angle;
angle = 10;
double ans;
ans = sin (angle*PI/180);
printf ("Ans = %lf ", ans );
return 0;
}

Or did you need more accuracy or something?

mikau
2005-10-03 05:14:47

mikau
2005-10-01 13:14:25

I'm writing some awsome programs using math but I really really really need access to sine, cosine and tangent functions, also I really could use arcsin, arccos, and arctan, but arctangent the most since I need to convert from rectangular form to polar form and back.

Someone gave me a link to the formulas for sine, cosine and tangent, which was great and they appear to work, but they call a lot of factorials and very large numbers "270^5" :-O

If anyone knows where I can get a copy of the source code for functions for sine, cosine, tangent, arcsine, etc. so I can just copy the definition into my program and call on it when I need it. It would be a MAJOR help!