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Lib Hyper Math for GCC (C++)


This library has complementary features to the "cmath" library. Here we present functions for trigonometric calculations (cot, sec, csc, acot, asec, acsc) and hyperbolic (coth, sech, csch, acoth, asech, acsch) and exponential (nthrt) calculations and more.

The results are presented in radians. For results in degrees multiply 180/M_PI by radians or use function torad. For degrees multiply M_PI/180 or use todeg.

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