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sin — Calculates the sine of a floating-point number.


float sin(num);
float num: Number for which to find the sine


Floating-point sine value


Returns the sine for the argument passed in radians. Return values are from -1 to 1.


PHP 3, PHP 4

See also

See also acos() , asin() , atan() , atan2() , cos() , tan()


Example 691. Calculate the sine of a value

echo "The sine for the four cardinal points of a circle are:<br>\n";
echo "0 degrees: ", sin(0), "<br />\n";
echo "90 degrees: ", sin(pi() / 2), "<br />\n";
echo "180 degrees: ", sin(pi()), "<br />\n";
echo "270 degrees: ", sin(pi() + pi() / 2), "<br />\n";

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