sech


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sech

abbr.
hyperbolic secant

sech

(ʃɛk; sɛtʃ; ˈsɛkˈeɪtʃ)
n
(Mathematics) maths a hyperbolic secant; a hyperbolic function that is the reciprocal of cosh

sech


Math. Symbol.
hyperbolic secant.
(sec (ant) + h (yperbolic)]
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March bein' told, and worried just for sech a trifle.
Well, then, what kind o' brothers would it be that 'd stand in his way at sech a time?
The falls has been there sence the beginnin' o' time, an' I cal'late they'll be there till the end on 't; so you needn't 'a' been in sech a brash to git a sight of 'em.
I know'd in my mind, as he'd have told her wonders of 'em, and how she was to be a lady theer, and how he got her to listen to him fust, along o' sech like.
Which I meantersay as sech if you're a man, come on
Did I not say to you that the lady had a noble 'art, and would show it when put to the test by sech a calamity as this?
ginst sech things these times, and the Lord 'll take keer of us all.
They'll charge through hell's fire an' brimstone t' git a holt on a haversack, an' sech stomachs ain't a-lastin' long," he was told.
Stan Sech, George Moratis, Jeff Owens, SVP of engineering, Rob Chiatello, SVP of supply chain management, Dave Andersen, West Division president, and the other senior managers who will be leaving us have all been key contributors to our success.
impulse] = q sin([alpha]) / 2[alpha] (x sin([alpha]) + d cos([alpha])) sech ([pi]/2[alpha] log (x/d sin ([alpha]) + cos([alpha]))) (4)
Mixed race people, he reports, "'wuz sech a crowd .
As Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach wrote in 1760 (in the preface to his Sech Sonaten furs Clavier mit veranderten Repreisen), "Nowadays varied repeats are essential, being taken for granted from every performer" (as cited in Robert Donington, The Interpretation of Early Music [London: Faber and Faber, 1963], 117).