ASINH

Formulas / ASINH
Calculate the inverse hyperbolic sine for a number.
=ASINH(number)
  • number - a real number

Examples

  • =ASINH(-2.5)

    This function returns -1.647231146 because -2.5 is the inverse hyperbolic sine of -1.647231146. This means that the value of -2.5 is the result of applying the inverse hyperbolic sine function to the value of -1.647231146.

  • =ASINH(10)

    This function returns 2.99822295 because 10 is the inverse hyperbolic sine of 2.99822295. This means that the value of 10 is the result of applying the inverse hyperbolic sine function to the value of 2.99822295.

Summary

The ASINH function is a Sourcetable math/trig function that calculates the inverse hyperbolic sine of a number. It may be used as a worksheet function, appearing in a formula in a worksheet cell.

  • The ASINH function is a worksheet function in Sourcetable that calculates the inverse hyperbolic sine for a number.
  • It can be used in formulas in cells in a worksheet.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the ASINH function?
The ASINH function is a mathematical tool that calculates the inverse hyperbolic sine of a number.
What is the inverse hyperbolic sine?
The inverse hyperbolic sine is the value whose hyperbolic sine is the input number.
What is the result of the ASINH(SINH(number)) operation?
The result of the ASINH(SINH(number)) operation is the number itself.
What type of arguments does the ASINH function take?
The ASINH function takes a real number as its argument. This is the only argument for ASINH and is required.

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