# Math

## Methods

• numeric.aCos() Returns the angle whose cosine is the value passed as the argument.
• numeric.aSin() Determines the arcSine of a number. The arcSine is the angle whose sine is number.
• numeric.atn() ArcTangent function. The arcTangent is the angle whose tangent is number.
• numeric.bitAnd() Performs a bitwise logical AND operation.
• numeric.bitNot() Performs a bitwise logical NOT operation.
• numeric.bitOr() Performs a bitwise logical OR operation.
• numeric.bitSHLN() Performs a bitwise shift-left, no-rotation operation.
• numeric.bitSHRN() Performs a bitwise shift-right, no-rotation operation.
• numeric.bitXor() Performs a bitwise logical XOR operation.
• numeric.ceiling() Determines the closest integer that is greater than a specified number.
• numeric.cos() Calculates the cosine of an angle that is entered in radians. A number; the cosine of the angle.
• numeric.exp() Calculates the exponent whose base is e that represents number. The constant e equals 2.71828182845904, the base of the natural logarithm. This function is the inverse of Log, the natural logarithm of number.
• numeric.log() Calculates the natural logarithm of a number. Natural logarithms are based on the constant e (2.71828182845904).
• numeric.log10() Calculates the logarithm of number, to base 10.
• numeric.sgn() Determines the sign of a number.
• numeric.sin() Calculates the sine of an angle that is entered in radians.
• numeric.sqr() Calculates the square root of a number.
• numeric.tan() Calculates the tangent of an angle that is entered in radians.

## Functions

• ACos() Returns the angle whose cosine is the value passed as the argument.
• ArrayMedian() Calculates the Median value of items in an array.
• ASin() Determines the arcSine of a number. The arcSine is the angle whose sine is number.
• Atn() ArcTangent function. The arcTangent is the angle whose tangent is number.
• BitAnd() Performs a bitwise logical AND operation.
• BitNot() Performs a bitwise logical NOT operation.
• BitOr() Performs a bitwise logical OR operation.
• BitSHLN() Performs a bitwise shift-left, no-rotation operation.
• BitSHRN() Performs a bitwise shift-right, no-rotation operation.
• BitXor() Performs a bitwise logical XOR operation.
• Ceiling() Determines the closest integer that is greater than a specified number.
• Cos() Calculates the cosine of an angle that is entered in radians. A number; the cosine of the angle.
• Exp() Calculates the exponent whose base is e that represents number.
• FormatBaseN() String Converts number to a string, in the base specified by radix. For example: #FormatBaseN(1024,16)#
• InputBaseN() Converts string, using the base specified by radix, to an integer. For example: #InputBaseN(&quot;3ff&quot;,16)#
• Log() Calculates the natural logarithm of a number. Natural logarithms are based on the constant e (2.71828182845904).
• Log10() Calculates the logarithm of number, to base 10.
• Pi() Gets the mathematical constant p, accurate to 15 digits. The number 3.14159265358979.
• PrecisionEvaluate() Evaluates one or more string expressions.
• RandRange() Generates a random integer between two specified numbers.
• Sgn() Determines the sign of a number.
• Sin() Calculates the sine of an angle that is entered in radians.
• Sqr() Calculates the square root of a number.
• Tan() Calculates the tangent of an angle that is entered in radians.

## Guides

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