### Aerius

Canada

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Resolved by Rich!

may be I am doing it wrong

cos(20) should result as .93969262078591

not .408082061813392

unless there is an extra conversion to do?

#1Cos20 in radians is 0.408082061813392

If you want to work in degrees I guess you need to convert degrees to radians before carrying out the calculation. 1 radian = 57.2957795 (180/pi) degrees.

#2Otherwise, look into EZ-Script Function Syntax folder at the project named "SIN COS"

#3Merci beaucoup

#4. Sin()

. Cos()

. Tan()

. Sec()

. Csc()

. Cot()

. ASin()

. ACos()

. ATan()

. SinH()

. CosH()

. TanH()

. Abs()

. Sqrt()

. Ciel()

. Floor()

. Exp()

. Log10()

. Log()

. Max()

. Min()

. Round()

. E()

. Pi()

#5#6#7This will probably explain it better than I can...

Or just run the following script I just knocked up...

## Code:

#8Ciel () will add lyke if it will consider 1.234 be 1.9 + .1 = 2

Am i right?

#9So if x was 2.739492

Floor(x) would be the largest previous integer, which would be 2.

Ceiling(x) would be the smallest following integer, which would be 3.

If the number is already an integer then there is no change

i.e. if x was 5

Floor(x) would be 5.

Ceiling(x) would be 5.

Basically put it's rounding a number up or down without paying attention to the decimal part. Since Round(x,0) will round 5.51394 to 6 but will round 5.498389 to 5. If your application needs the number rounded up each time you would use Ciel(x), if it needed rounding down you rould use Floor(x)