# CSC

Formulas / CSC
Calculate the cosecant of an angle in radians.
`CSC(number)`
• number - required, must be a number less than 2^27

## Examples

• `CSC(15)`

In this example, we are looking at the CSC value of 15. If we use this Sourcetable formula, we get a result of 1.538.

• In this example, we are looking at the CSC function in relation to the SIN function. This means that for any given angle n, the CSC value will be the reciprocal of the SIN value.

## Summary

The CSC function returns the cosecant of an angle specified in radians. It requires a number argument and will return an error if the number is outside of its constraints or is a non-number.

• The CSC function takes a single numeric argument which must be less than 2^27.
• If the argument is outside of the constraints, it will return a #NUM! error.
• If the argument is not numeric, it will return a #VALUE! error.

What is the CSC function?
The CSC function returns the cosecant of an angle specified in radians.
What is the argument for the CSC function?
The CSC function takes a numeric argument.
Is the argument required?
Yes, the argument is required.
What happens if the argument is not a numeric value?
The CSC function returns #VALUE! if the argument is not a numeric value.
What happens if the argument is outside of the required constraints?
The CSC function returns #NUM! if the argument is outside of the required constraints.