Y=sin X is a function because for each value of X, there is exactly one Y value.
amplitude of the function y =-3 sin 3x
y= sin 3x
You can compute sin(x) manually/numerically using Taylor's Series.
Function sin in header math.h
Since sin(a)=opposite/hypotenuse, the reciprocal function is that function which is equal to hypotenuse/opposite. This is "cosecant", or csc(a). The reciprocal of sin(a) is csc(a). I will solve all your math problems. Check my profile for more info.
No, it's a function.
The domain of the sine function is all real numbers.
It is an increasing odd function.
Sin (0) isn't a function, it's a number.