Calculate the hyperbolic sine of a number.

`=SINH(number)`

- number - a real number required for the SINH function

`=SINH(1)`

In this example, the SINH function is used to calculate the hyperbolic sine of the number 1. The formula returns the value of the hyperbolic sine of 1, which is approximately 1.1752.

`=SINH(A2)`

In this example, the SINH function is used to calculate the hyperbolic sine of the value in cell A2. The formula returns the value of the hyperbolic sine of the number in cell A2. For example, if cell A2 contains the number 2, the formula will return the hyperbolic sine of 2, which is approximately 3.6269.

The SINH function calculates the hyperbolic sine of a given number by expressing it as a hyperbolic angle. It takes one argument, a number, to perform this calculation.

- The SINH function calculates the hyperbolic sine of a number, which is the y-component of the point on the unit hyperbola that passes through the number and has an angle of Ï€/2 radians.
- The unit hyperbola is a plane that is defined by a hyperbolic angle, which is a ray from the origin of the coordinate system that passes through a point on the hyperbola.
- The area formed by the hyperbolic angle is half the hyperbolic angle, with area above the x-axis being considered positive and area below the x-axis being negative.

The SINH function calculates the hyperbolic sine of a number.

The argument of the SINH function is a number.

Yes, the argument is required.

The argument can be any real number.