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PostgreSQL SIN() function

SIN() function

The PostgreSQL sin() function is used to return the sine of a given argument.

Syntax:

sin(a)

PostgreSQL Version: 9.3

Pictorial presentation of PostgreSQL SIN() function

pictorial presentation of PostgreSQL SIN() function

Example 1: PostgreSQL SIN() function

Code:

SELECT SIN(0) AS "Sin (0)";

Sample Output:

 Sin (0)
---------
       0
(1 row)

Example 2: PostgreSQL SIN() function

Code:

SELECT SIN(1) AS "Sin (1)";

Sample Output:

      Sin (1)
-------------------
 0.841470984807897
(1 row)

Example 2: PostgreSQL SIN() function

Code:

SELECT SIN(-1) AS "Sin (-1)";

Sample Output:

      Sin (-1)
--------------------
 -0.841470984807897
(1 row)

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