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sinh


hyperbolic sine

For numeric values it returns the Math.sinh value. In all other cases it returns a symbolic function. Will polyfill.


Usage: nerdamer("sinh(x)")


Parameters

expression x Returns the appropriate value if possible otherwise it returns the function with the simplified expression

EXAMPLES:
var r = nerdamer('sinh(0)');
console.log(r.toString());
var t = nerdamer('sinh(x+x)')
console.log(t.toString());
var u = nerdamer('sin(0.8813735870195429)').evaluate().text()
console.log(u.toString());
var v = nerdamer('sinh(E)').evaluate().evaluate().text()
console.log(v.toString());
OUTPUT:
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