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Related to cotangent: cosecant, Inverse cotangent, secant
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CTANComprehensive TeX Archive Network
CTANCotangent
CTANCentral Texas Angel Network (business funding)
CTANCenter for Theoretical & Applied Neuroscience (Yale University; New Haven, CT)
CTANCINCPAC Teletype Automated Net
CTANCommunications, Traffic Management, and Navigation System
CTANCall to Action, Nebraska (Catholicism; Lincoln, NE)
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Elviyanti, "Approximate solution for the minimal length case of klein gordon equation for trigonometric cotangent potential using asymptotic iteration method," Journal of Physics: Conf.
Coefficients for curve modeling are computed using probability distribution functions: polynomials, power functions, sinus, cosine, tangent, cotangent, logarithm, exponent or arcsin, arccos, arctan, arcctg.
4o The study of theory of Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanical systems by means of the geometry of tangent and cotangent bundles.
The scales provide the tangent or cotangent of the meridian altitude.
By inspecting the graphs of the basic trigonometric functions, one can see that the period of sin(x) and cos(x) is 2[pi]k, and the period of the tangent and cotangent functions is [pi]k, where k is a whole number, and the smallest period is obtained for k = 1.
The first 3 expansions are for the tangent, the following 3 are for the cotangent.
From 40[degrees] to 50[degrees], cotangent is a decreasing function.
Let ([zeta]) denote the functional equation for the zeta function and (S) the classical sampling theorem; furthermore, let (C) denote the expansion of the cotangent function in partial fractions, (F) a special Fourier series, and (v) the functional equation for Jacobi's theta function.
Following Martin and Matthiessen (1991), they are commonly represented in SFG by means of cotangent circles (see Figure 2).
Cotan [delta] [??] 0.3761 [[eta].sub.inh] + 0.15,: (i) where cotan [delta] is the cotangent of the loss angle of a sample of said polyisoprene, measured at 130[degrees]C.
The sixth edition adds a section on graphing the tangent, cotangent, secant, and cosecant functions.
The preservation of plenitude and extinction as diametrically opposed, but cotangent possibilities in the future prevents their unholy admixture in the living present.