math.sin()

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Published Jun 22, 2021Updated Mar 17, 2024
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Returns the sine of input numeric x, measured in radian value.

Syntax

math.sin(x)

Example 1

Use math.sin() to return the sine of the integer 5 measured in radian value:

import math
print(math.sin(5))

The above code gives the following output:

-0.9589242746631385

Example 2

Use math.sin() to return the sine of the float 5.5 measured in radian value:

import math
print(math.sin(5.5))

The above code gives the following output:

-0.7055403255703919

Codebyte Example

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