I need some help better understanding this "sen" in this formula?
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I need some help better understanding what they mean by "sen" in this formula? THis is a function I am not aware of and its really throwing me off. Once I get this figured out, the rest will be a breeze.
Where does this problem comes from?
Are you sure it's not just, sinus? Because in Italian language they use seno(=sinus), shortened as 'sen'.
Thank you Siron, I'll bet your exactly right. Its a work related formula I found on the internet and after some further language research looks to be either French or Czech?
sure it's not a typo and they really meant "sin"? never heard of the "sen" function
I'm not sure about it, that's what I think. Maybe you should wait till someone else gives a confirmation or has another opinion about it.
"Sen" is the standard abbreviation for "seno" in Spanish and means the sine function.
thank you HallsofIvy