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Category: | Hyperbolic |
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ARSINH(x) |
specifies a numeric constant, variable, or expression.
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The ARSINH function computes the inverse hyperbolic sine. The ARSINH function is mathematically defined by the following equation, where :
Replace the infinity symbol with the largest double precision number that is available on your machine.
Examples |
The following example computes the inverse hyperbolic sine.
data _null_; x=arsinh(5); x1=arsinh(-5); put x=; put x1=; run;
SAS writes the following output to the log:
x=2.3124383413 x1=-2.312438341
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