Description of formula:

Calculates the arcsine of a specified number. Arcsine is the angle, whose sine is equal to value passed as a parameter, e.g.

asin(1) = π/2, because sin(π/2) = 1

The returned value is given in radians, in range from 0 to π.

Calculates the arcsine of a specified number. Arcsine is the angle, whose sine is equal to value passed as a parameter, e.g.

asin(1) = π/2, because sin(π/2) = 1

The returned value is given in radians, in range from 0 to π.

Syntax:

asin(number)

asin(number)

Parameters:

number

(type: Number) The sine of the angle. Must be between -1 and 1.

Returned type:

Number

Examples:

=asin(-1)

=asin(Section1.A1)

=asin(A)

=asin(B3)

=asin(-1)

=asin(Section1.A1)

=asin(A)

=asin(B3)

Remarks:

If you want to get value in degrees, multiply the result by 180/pi().

If you want to get value in degrees, multiply the result by 180/pi().

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