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# Topic: Arcsine

 [No title] The Arcsine Transformation This article presents a brief description of the arcsine transformation and why it has been historically applied to the analysis of binary data summarized as proportions or percentages (i.e., the number of outcomes of interest observed over the total number of independent binary trials). The arcsine transformation is a transformation that assists an analyst when working with proportions and percentages. The arcsine transformation may still find relevant applications with users who are familiar with ANOVA procedures and their interpretation, yet have little, if any, experience or are not comfortable interpreting more recent computing options for count data. darkwing.uoregon.edu /~robinh/arcsin.txt   (747 words)

 RATARC Online - The Studebaker (1985) "Rationalized" Arcsine Transform Program One way to think of the function of the arcsine transform is to modify the scores to help account for these differences. Compared to other arcsine transforms the advantage of the rau conversion is that the rau are closer to the original percentage scores to help make the rau more easily interpreted when comparing to the original data. To give a visual example of what the rau transform does, visualize Figure 1 and imagine that the tips of each end of the CD area were expanded so that the width of the figure was constant. www.audiologyinfo.com /ratarc   (970 words)

 %%localitemtitle%% It will be the same shape as Operand, except that it will always be an array, even if the Operand is a scalar (generally there is no reason to use these vector operators unless you are dealing with arrays). Values (limited to the range of -1.0 to +1.0) used to compute ArcSine in radians (2 PI radians equals 360 degrees). The ArcSine of the values in the Variant Operand are computed and the result is returned. www.mediacy.com /iqs/documentx/IQL~McOMGlobal~McASin.html   (177 words)

 Derivatives of Inverse Trigonometric Functions Even though both 1 and -1 are in the domain of the arcsine function, the arcsine is not differentiable at these po ints. The first step is to use the fact that the arcsine function is the inverse of the sine function. We apply the chain rule to the left end, remembering that the derivative of the sine function is the cosine function and that y is a differentiable function of x. oregonstate.edu /instruct/mth251/cq/Stage6/Lesson/invTrigDeriv.html   (731 words)

 Microsoft Office Assistance: ASIN   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05) Returns the arcsine, or inverse sine, of a number. The returned angle is given in radians in the range -pi/2 to pi/2. To express the arcsine in degrees, multiply the result by 180/PI() or use the DEGREES function. office.microsoft.com /da-dk/assistance/HP052089881033.aspx   (170 words)

 JS:Math: Triangles & Trigonometry sine cosine tangent arcsine arccosine cosecant secant cotangent arctangent... ... JS:Math: Triangles and Trigonometry sine cosine tangent arcsine arccosine cosecant secant cotangent arctangent... Once you know that an angle can be represented as a ratio or by degrees as well, and you've found you can work out ratios from degrees, you have implicitly defined the need of the converse operations; namely those operations that, from a ratio can tell the corresponding degree. As far as the presence of a circle is concerned, remember that sine, cosine, tangents, cotangents, arcsine and the alike, all mean ratios (of segments, of lengths) versus angle degrees, and all their possible reciprocal conversions. www.unitedscripters.com /scripts/math3.html   (4707 words)

 Inverse Functions (Trig without Tears Part 9) arcsine or inverse sine of that value, and similarly for the other functions. The arcsine is defined so that its range is the interval [−π/2;+π/2], which is the same as [−90°;+90°]. The cosine is positive in both Quadrant I and Quadrant IV, so the arccosine of a negative number must fall in Quadrant II or Quadrant III. oakroadsystems.com /twt/inverse.htm   (2114 words)

 ASin The arcsine is the angle whose sine is number. The value must be between -1 and 1, inclusive. The value must be between 1 and -1,inclusive. Enter a number to get its arcsine in Radians and Degrees. www.henry.k12.ga.us /cfdocs_0/cfml_reference/functions-pt122.html   (169 words)

 Hypersignal Block Diagram Function Reference - Support   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05) When selected the Degree parameter will instruct the ArcSine block to use a data type of degrees. When selected the Radian parameter will instruct the ArcSine block to use a data type of radians. The ArcSine block will calculate the ArcSine of each data element of input frame and will return values in either Radians or degrees which depends upon the selection of above parameters. www.hypersignal.com /support/php/block/FunctionRef.php?block=ArcSine(x)   (129 words)

 Science Forums and Debate - How verify continuity for arcsine, -cos, -tan, -cot functions?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05) I think the easiest way is to use the inverse function theorem like says dave. Show that the functions sine etc. satisfy the requirements and conclude that the functions arcsine etc are also continuous. Joe => It is impossible to use the derivatives of the arcsine functions to show continuity since they can only exists if your functions is continuous, making your arguementation circular. www.scienceforums.net /forums/showthread.php?t=4673   (1358 words)

 asin(Visual C++ Programmer's Guide)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05) The asin function returns the arcsine of x in the range –π/2 to π/2 radians. If x is less than –1 or greater than 1, asin returns an indefinite (same as a quiet NaN). Input values outside this range will produce * _DOMAIN error messages.If a valid value is entered, the * program prints the arcsine and the arccosine of that value. msdn.microsoft.com /library/en-us/vccore98/html/_crt_asin.asp?...   (173 words)

 The PL/I Newsletter (PL/1 PL1) The second issue may be downloaded from: The PL/I Newsletter, No. 2, September 2000. When they do, error handlers for these conditions cause arcsine and arccosine to be computed using different formulas that do not overflow or underflow. The author has translated the algorithms (expressed in a pseudo-Algol/Fortran) into PL/I. The algorithm for arccosine is presented here. www.users.bigpond.com /robin_v/pli-n3.htm   (3264 words)

 Science Forums and Debate - How verify continuity for arcsine, -cos, -tan, -cot functions?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05) Show 500 posts from this thread on one page - - How verify continuity for arcsine, -cos, -tan, -cot functions? 06-30-2004 01:42 PM How verify continuity for arcsine, -cos, -tan, -cot functions? www.scienceforums.net /forums/printthread.php?t=4673   (1346 words)

 Yachting Experiences Ltd.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-05) Directions can be obtained through the 'Port Hamble' Website on the links page Based on the River Hamble near Southampton, right on the Solent - the most popular sailing area in the UK, our yacht Arcsine is a brand new 37ft Swedish Arcona Cruiser/Racer. She is skippered by Kathy Claydon, a highly experienced skipper with an impeccable record both in racing results and in teaching sailing and navigation. www.yachtingexperiences.co.uk   (86 words)

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