The model used a

sine function for the temperature rising from the minimum on the current day to the maximum for that day, a

sine function for the temperature falling to a transition point, then a decay function from the transition point to the minimum of the following day.

We hypothesized that following Stage 1 most participants would demonstrate a marked improvement in their ability to construct formulas associated with various types of graphical representations of cosine and

sine functions, but that they would encounter difficulty during a second series of tests in Baseline 2 when exposed to a novel series of reciprocal functions.

The outside temperature is defined by a

sine function with the mean value of 20[degrees]C and the amplitude of 5[degrees]C.

Burkill, Sequences characterizing the

sine function, Math.

Within the first period of the

sine function in Fig.

to approximate the

sine function on the interval 0[degrees] [less than or equal to] [theta] [less than or equal to] 180[degrees]; and Van Brummelen offers a clever re-creation of how Bhaskara may have discovered this amazingly good approximation (pp.

Examples include a multivariate form of the

sine functionThe

sine function is simply a shifted cosine function.

Because ATA uses a truncated Taylor polynomial (see next section), there is a problem with the relative error when X is small as in the first argument values in the

sine function.

For example, with IP-Explorer Technology, when an algorithm uses a

sine function, the tool chooses between CORDIC, linear-interpolated look-up table, and bipartite table implementations, and selects the appropriate bit widths based on the floating-point model.

The

sine function sine (x) and the

sine function S(k, h) (x) are defined by

The pattern of any sound wave can be built up from the simple sine wave pattern produced from the

sine function but it may take an infinite number of sine waves to give a particular waveform.

A modular form is an abstract, highly symmetric, impossible-to-visualize mathematical object that encodes relationships far more complex than those expressed by simple functions, such as the wavy

sine function in trigonometry.

The

sine function typically looks like a smoothly curving set of waves.