﻿Sin Method

NameDescription
Sin(Double)
Calculates the sine of a double-precision floating point number.
Sin(Single)
Calculates the sine of a floating point number.
Sin(DoubleComplex)
Calculates the sine of a complex number.
Sin(DoubleComplexMatrix)
Creates a new matrix with the same dimensions as a given matrix, whose values are the result of applying the sine function to each element of the matrix.
Sin(DoubleComplexVector)
Creates a new vector with the same size as a given vector, whose values are the result of applying the sine function to each element of the vector.
Sin(DoubleMatrix)
Creates a new matrix with the same dimensions as a given matrix, whose values are the result of applying the sine function to each element of the matrix.
Sin(DoubleVector)
Creates a new vector with the same size as a given vector, whose values are the result of applying the sine function to each element of the vector.
Sin(FloatComplex)
Calculates the sine of a complex number.
Sin(FloatComplexMatrix)
Creates a new matrix with the same dimensions as a given matrix, whose values are the result of applying the sine function to each element of the matrix.
Sin(FloatComplexVector)
Creates a new vector with the same size as a given vector, whose values are the result of applying the sine function to each element of the vector.
Sin(FloatMatrix)
Creates a new matrix with the same dimensions as a given matrix, whose values are the result of applying the sine function to each element of the matrix.
Sin(FloatVector)
Creates a new vector with the same size as a given vector, whose values are the result of applying the sine function to each element of the given vector.