Arc Hyperbolic Cosine (acosh) Calculator
Arc Hyperbolic Cosine / Inverse hyperbolic Cosine (acosh) Calculator. Arc Hyperbolic Cosine (acosh) is the inverse function of hyperbolic cosine (cosh), which means that a==acosh(acosh(a)) for every value of a that is within acosh()'s range.
This is an online free acosh calculator. You can calculate value of acosh() trignometric function easily using this tool.
Important Abbreviations to remember
- SOH: Opposite / Hypotenuse (Sine)
- CAH: Adjacent / Hypotenuse (Cosine)
- TOA: Opposite / Adjacent (Tangent)
Understanding the Main Trigonometric Functions
In mathematics, the trigonometric functions (also called circular functions, angle functions or goniometric functions) are functions of an angle. They relate the angles of a triangle to the lengths of its sides. Degrees and Radians are units of measuring these angles. Degrees originated as an unit to measure how far constellations moved in a day (1 degree ~ 1 day of movement). Degrees measure angles by how far we tilted our heads(Observer's view point). Radians measure angles by distance traveled(Movers's view point).