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(2012-04-03, 09:29 PM)Paul H. Wrote: [ -> ]144.7 i° my dear chap.

Really? It's undefined by most standards. Cosine only works between -pi and pi
(2012-04-04, 05:22 AM)GamerVoid Wrote: [ -> ]Question for staff: If you could learn another programming language, what would it be? Why?

C++ for it's performance.

(2012-04-04, 05:22 AM)GamerVoid Wrote: [ -> ]Edit2: @Tom(m): is your first name Tomm or Tom? I can't help but notice your forum name being Tomm, but the blog posting account Tom.

I asked him the same question not too long ago.

Tomm M Wrote:It's Tom Moore, so shortened to Tomm - unfortunately taken here so had to add the extra m!

Although Tomm sounds cool.
Tomm M Wrote:It's Tom Moore, so shortened to Tomm - unfortunately taken here so had to add the extra m!

Although Tomm sounds cool.

I knew that
Way to kill my credibility Nathan...

(2012-04-04, 07:31 AM)Tom K. Wrote: [ -> ]
(2012-04-03, 09:29 PM)Paul H. Wrote: [ -> ]144.7 i° my dear chap.

Really? It's undefined by most standards. Cosine only works between -pi and pi

No. cos^(-1) has a domain of -1 to 1, pi is out of its domain.
(2012-04-04, 10:11 PM)Imad Jomaa Wrote: [ -> ]
(2012-04-04, 07:31 AM)Tom K. Wrote: [ -> ]
(2012-04-03, 09:29 PM)Paul H. Wrote: [ -> ]144.7 i° my dear chap.

Really? It's undefined by most standards. Cosine only works between -pi and pi

No. cos^(-1) has a domain of -1 to 1, pi is out of its domain.
I am in 9th grade math and still don't understand that. I guess next year, or the year after that.
(2012-04-04, 10:11 PM)Imad Jomaa Wrote: [ -> ]
(2012-04-04, 07:31 AM)Tom K. Wrote: [ -> ]
(2012-04-03, 09:29 PM)Paul H. Wrote: [ -> ]144.7 i° my dear chap.

Really? It's undefined by most standards. Cosine only works between -pi and pi

No. cos^(-1) has a domain of -1 to 1, pi is out of its domain.

Not if we are working in radians
(2012-04-05, 08:04 AM)Tom K. Wrote: [ -> ]
(2012-04-04, 10:11 PM)Imad Jomaa Wrote: [ -> ]
(2012-04-04, 07:31 AM)Tom K. Wrote: [ -> ]
(2012-04-03, 09:29 PM)Paul H. Wrote: [ -> ]144.7 i° my dear chap.

Really? It's undefined by most standards. Cosine only works between -pi and pi

No. cos^(-1) has a domain of -1 to 1, pi is out of its domain.

Not if we are working in radians

No. Its domain regardless is -1 to 1. I recommend graphing it, it might be easier to see that way.
(2012-04-05, 03:33 PM)Imad Jomaa Wrote: [ -> ]
(2012-04-05, 08:04 AM)Tom K. Wrote: [ -> ]
(2012-04-04, 10:11 PM)Imad Jomaa Wrote: [ -> ]
(2012-04-04, 07:31 AM)Tom K. Wrote: [ -> ]
(2012-04-03, 09:29 PM)Paul H. Wrote: [ -> ]144.7 i° my dear chap.

Really? It's undefined by most standards. Cosine only works between -pi and pi

No. cos^(-1) has a domain of -1 to 1, pi is out of its domain.

Not if we are working in radians

No. Its domain regardless is -1 to 1. I recommend graphing it, it might be easier to see that way.

http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=arc...2%CF%80%29

(2012-04-05, 03:35 PM)Paul H. Wrote: [ -> ]
(2012-04-05, 03:33 PM)Imad Jomaa Wrote: [ -> ]
(2012-04-05, 08:04 AM)Tom K. Wrote: [ -> ]
(2012-04-04, 10:11 PM)Imad Jomaa Wrote: [ -> ]
(2012-04-04, 07:31 AM)Tom K. Wrote: [ -> ]Really? It's undefined by most standards. Cosine only works between -pi and pi

No. cos^(-1) has a domain of -1 to 1, pi is out of its domain.

Not if we are working in radians

No. Its domain regardless is -1 to 1. I recommend graphing it, it might be easier to see that way.

http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=arc...2%CF%80%29

That's an imaginary number, we're talking about real results.