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arcsin

(ˈɑːkˌsaɪn) maths
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1. (Mathematics) arcsine: the function the value of which for a given argument between -1 and 1 is the angle in radians (between -π/2 and π/2), the sine of which is that argument: the inverse of the sine function
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Noun1.arcsin - the inverse function of the sine; the angle that has a sine equal to a given number
circular function, trigonometric function - function of an angle expressed as a ratio of the length of the sides of right-angled triangle containing the angle
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s] was transformed from probability space by using the arcsin squareroot transformation to achieve approximate normality, and predictor variables were taken in log space:
Percentages were statistically processed using arcsin square root transformation and actual percentage values are given in the figures.
Tannin and dry matter data were transformed by arcsin v (tannin/100), and arsin v (dry matter/100).
The data for percentage of repellency were square root arcsin transformation before running the ANOVA using SAS program (SAS Institute Inc, 1999 Cary, NC), and treatment means were compared by the Least Significant Difference (LSD) at P = 0.
c](s [member of] [c - 2, c + 2]) = 2/[pi] arcsin (s + c/2[square root of 1 + sc] ; [OMEGA]'(s [member of] [-2, 2]) = 2/[pi] arcsin (s/2).