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ARCTANArcus Tangent (trigonometry)
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Coefficients for curve modeling are computed using probability distribution functions: polynomials, power functions, sinus, cosine, tangent, cotangent, logarithm, exponent or arcsin, arccos, arctan, arcctg.
t] Magnification factor from arctan P Pressure q Intermediate parameter in CV method r Intermediate parameter in CV method R Gas constant, R = 8.
where [sigma] is a scaling factor that causes the scaled arctan to be equal to 0.
1] Zero Zero Zero Positive Zero Negative Positive Zero Negative Zero Positive Positive 1/2 arctan x Positive Negative 1/2 arctan x Negative Positive 1/2 arctan x + 90[grados] Negative Negative 1/2 arctan x + 90[grados] [[eta].
theta] = m[pi] [+ or -] arctan ([square root of ([rho])] tan ([n[pi] [+ or -] arctan[square root of ([alpha])]]/2)) (14)
3] = arctan [h/z] - arctan [h/[z + l cos [theta]]] (2)
off] < arctan [square root of (2)] x 30[micro]T/2 x 30 mT = 0.
where the branches of the arctan function must be taken appropriately.
Remember earlier we mentioned an infinite series for arctan 1/239 ?
the second category may be less interesting from an algorithmic point of view, since the algorithms are more time consuming than the algorithms of the first category; it has however two main advantages: it clarify in some sense the properties needed to make the computation for a given function [DELTA], and it leads to a surprising proof of some mathematical identities involving the function arctan.
Phase can be expressed as phase = arctan [imaginary(FFT)/real(FFT)] where the arctan function needs to operate over the entire range of [+ or -][pi] radians.