Mathematical Functions

• Introduction
• Installing/Configuring
• Predefined Constants
• Math Functions
• abs — Absolute value
• acos — Arc cosine
• acosh — Inverse hyperbolic cosine
• asin — Arc sine
• asinh — Inverse hyperbolic sine
• atan2 — Arc tangent of two variables
• atan — Arc tangent
• atanh — Inverse hyperbolic tangent
• base_convert — Convert a number between arbitrary bases
• bindec — Binary to decimal
• ceil — Round fractions up
• cos — Cosine
• cosh — Hyperbolic cosine
• decbin — Decimal to binary
• dechex — Decimal to hexadecimal
• decoct — Decimal to octal
• deg2rad — Converts the number in degrees to the radian equivalent
• exp — Calculates the exponent of e
• expm1 — Returns exp(\$num) - 1, computed in a way that is accurate even when the value of number is close to zero
• fdiv — Divides two numbers, according to IEEE 754
• floor — Round fractions down
• fmod — Returns the floating point remainder (modulo) of the division of the arguments
• hexdec — Hexadecimal to decimal
• hypot — Calculate the length of the hypotenuse of a right-angle triangle
• intdiv — Integer division
• is_finite — Checks whether a float is finite
• is_infinite — Checks whether a float is infinite
• is_nan — Checks whether a float is NAN
• log10 — Base-10 logarithm
• log1p — Returns log(1 + number), computed in a way that is accurate even when the value of number is close to zero
• log — Natural logarithm
• max — Find highest value
• min — Find lowest value
• octdec — Octal to decimal
• pi — Get value of pi
• pow — Exponential expression
• rad2deg — Converts the radian number to the equivalent number in degrees
• round — Rounds a float
• sin — Sine
• sinh — Hyperbolic sine
• sqrt — Square root
• tan — Tangent
• tanh — Hyperbolic tangent