arccos


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arccos

(ˈɑːkˌkɒs)
abbreviation for
(Mathematics) arccosine
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Noun1.arccos - the inverse function of the cosine; the angle that has a cosine 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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q](G) [less than or equal to] 1/(1 - [pi]/2 arccos 1/1 - [chi].
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However, if the angular distance c is close to zero or 180[degrees], the theorem leads to the computation of arccos x in the neighborhood of x = [+ or -] 1.
We also need the real elementary functions arcsin, arccos, arctan, log, and log1p, where log1p(x) = log(1 + x).
Alpha] = arccos <v, v[prime]>/[[v]] [[v[prime]]],
New built-in functions - ARCSIN, ARCCOS and NormalCDF have been added to the list of available built-in functions.
n](x) = cos(n arccos x) (-1[less than or equal to] x [less than or equal to] 1) (1)
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The analytic nature of the CV method suggests a guaranteed result, but its dependence on the functions square root, cos, and arccos can lead to a loss of numerical precision.