SIN() function in SQL is a mathematical function that returns the sine of an angle. It is compatible with various SQL database systems such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, and SQL Server.
angle is the angle in radians.
In this example, we have a table called
angles that contains the following angles in degrees:
SIN() function is used to calculate the sine of each angle:
SELECT angle, SIN(angle) AS sine_valueFROM angles;
The output will be:
SIN() function calculates the sine of each angle in degrees and returns the corresponding sine values.
Note: For the use of this method with SQL databases like MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, or SQL Server, refer to their respective documentation for more details on the
SIN()function implementation and compatibility.