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**ASINH**

Figure 10.3

The
ASIN
function

returns an angle in

which sine is the given

number.

ASINH

The
ASINH
function returns the inverse hyperbolic sine of a number. The inverse hyperbolic

sine is the value in which the hyperbolic sine is number, so
ASINH(SINH(number))
equals that

number.

=ASINH(number)

NUMBER
The
NUMBER
argument can be any real number.

Notice the example in Figure 10.4 where
ASINH(5)
equals
2.3124
.

Figure 10.4

The
ASINH
function

returns an angle in

which sine is the given

number.