Q: What is the integral of 1 divided by the hyperbolic sine of x with respect to x?

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âˆ« cos(x)/sin2(x) dx = -cosec(x) + C C is the constant of integration.

It is 1.

Sine of an angle (in a right triangle) is the side opposite of the angle divided by the hypotenuse.

Yes, the sine, cosine and tangent are integral to problem solving (angles and side lengths) in right angle triangles (triangles with a 90 degree angle included).

No, it does not.

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Dorcas Flannery has written: 'Mapping of the hyperbolic sine from the Z plane to the W plane and comparison with the hyperbolic cosine'

-cosine x

.5(x-sin(x)cos(x))+c