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Math.asinh( ) In JavaScript

Math.asinh()
Math.asinh() function is used to return the hyperbolic arc-sine of a number. asinh() is a static method of Math,
therefore it is always used as Math.asinh(), rather than as a method of a math object created.

Syntax:

Math.asinh(value)

Parameter Used:
1. value:It is the number whose hyperbolic arc-sine you want to know.

Return Value:
It returns the hyperbolic arc-sine of the given number.

Examples for the above function are provided below.



Example 1:

Input : Math.asinh(2)
Output : 1.4436354751788103

In this example a positive integer “2” is passed as a parameter in the math.asinh() function.It returns the hyperbolic arc-sine of the passed parameter.

Example 2:

Input : Math.asinh(0)
Output : 0

In this example “0” is passed as a parameter in the math.asinh() function.It returns the hyperbolic arc-sine of the passed parameter.

Example 3:

Input : Math.asinh(-1)
Output : -0.881373587019543

In this example a negative integer “-1” is passed as a parameter in the math.asinh() function.It returns the hyperbolic arc-sine of the passed parameter.

    Codes for the above function are provided below.

    Program 1 :

    <script type = "text/javascript">
     
       // 2 is passed as a parameter
       document.write("OUTPUT : " + Math.asinh(2));
    </script>

    OUTPUT:

    OUTPUT : 1.4436354751788103

    Program 2:



    <script type = "text/javascript">
     
       // 0 is passed as a parameter
       document.write("OUTPUT : " + Math.asinh(0));
    </script>

    OUTPUT:

    OUTPUT : 0

    Program 3:

    <script type = "text/javascript">
     
       // 1 is passed as a parameter
       document.write("OUTPUT : " + Math.asinh(1));
    </script>

    OUTPUT:

    OUTPUT : 0.881373587019543

    Program 4:

    <script type = "text/javascript">
     
       // -1 is passed as a parameter
       document.write("OUTPUT : " + Math.asinh(-1));
    </script>

    OUTPUT:

    OUTPUT : -0.881373587019543


This article is attributed to GeeksforGeeks.org

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