Why doesnt math]\arctan(x)[/tex] yield a version that is not italicized, is it not a function, it says it is on LaTeX websites The same goes for any inverse trigonometric or hyperbolic functions
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Originally Posted by Mathstud28 Why doesnt math]\arctan(x)[/tex] yield a version that is not italicized, is it not a function, it says it is on LaTeX websites The same goes for any inverse trigonometric or hyperbolic functions i guess the syntax is off. \arctan x works ... see? it is just the way the codes are set up. no parentheses
Originally Posted by Mathstud28 Why doesnt math]\arctan(x)[/tex] yield a version that is not italicized, is it not a function, it says it is on LaTeX websites The same goes for any inverse trigonometric or hyperbolic functions [tex]\arctan(x)[/tex] produces: RonL
Originally Posted by CaptainBlack [tex]\arctan(x)[/tex] produces: RonL Hmm...I think you are magic CaptainBlack, for it did not work before...well anyways ....and thats happiness..not factorials xD what about arctanh?
Originally Posted by Mathstud28 Hmm...I think you are magic CaptainBlack, for it did not work before...well anyways ....and thats happiness..not factorials xD what were you doing?! you probably had a typo in the arctan itself
Originally Posted by Jhevon what were you doing?! you probably had a typo in the arctan itself shut up...
Originally Posted by Mathstud28 Hmm...I think you are magic CaptainBlack, for it did not work before...well anyways ....and thats happiness..not factorials xD what about arctanh? arctanh is not on the standard list of functions so you have to do it the hardway: [tex]{\rm{arctanh}}(x)[/tex] RonL
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