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<h1>SIN</h1>
 
<h1>SIN</h1>
<p>COS(f) returns the cosine of f where f is in radians.</p>
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<p>SIN(f) returns the sine of f where f is in radians.</p>
 
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<pre style='width:50ex'>
 
<pre style='width:50ex'>
   COS(3.14159/3) -> 0.5  
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   SIN(3.14159/6) -> 0.5
 
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In this example you return the cosine of each of the angles.  
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<source lang=sql class='tidy'> DROP TABLE angle</source>
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<source lang=sql class='setup'> CREATE TABLE angle(
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  id INTEGER,
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  angle FLOAT);
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INSERT INTO angle VALUES (0,1);
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INSERT INTO angle VALUES (1,0.7853);
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INSERT INTO angle VALUES (2,0.5235);
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INSERT INTO angle VALUES (3,1.0471);
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</source>
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In this example you return the sine of each of the angles.  
 
<source lang='sql' class='def'>
 
<source lang='sql' class='def'>
SELECT id,
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SELECT id, angle, SIN(angle)
      COS(th)
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FROM angle
  FROM angle
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<p>See also</p>
 
<p>See also</p>
 
<ul>
 
<ul>
   <li>[[SIN function]]</li>
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   <li>[[COS |COS function]]</li>
   <li>[[TAN function]]</li>
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   <li>[[TAN |TAN function]]</li>
  <li>[[ATAN function]]</li>
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Latest revision as of 10:56, 16 July 2012

Compatibility
SIN(s1 IN s2)
EngineOKAlternative
ingresYes
mysqlYes
oracleYes
postgresYes
sqlserverYes

SIN

SIN(f) returns the sine of f where f is in radians.

  SIN(3.14159/6) -> 0.5  
schema:scott
 DROP TABLE angle
 CREATE TABLE angle(
  id INTEGER,
  angle FLOAT);
INSERT INTO angle VALUES (0,1);
INSERT INTO angle VALUES (1,0.7853);
INSERT INTO angle VALUES (2,0.5235);
INSERT INTO angle VALUES (3,1.0471);

In this example you return the sine of each of the angles.

SELECT id, angle, SIN(angle)
FROM angle

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