# Difference between revisions of "COS"

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INSERT INTO angle VALUES (1,0.7853); | INSERT INTO angle VALUES (1,0.7853); | ||

INSERT INTO angle VALUES (2,0.5235); | INSERT INTO angle VALUES (2,0.5235); | ||

+ | INSERT INTO angle VALUES (3,0.5); | ||

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In this example you return the cosine of each of the angles. | In this example you return the cosine of each of the angles. |

## Revision as of 09:49, 16 July 2012

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Engine | OK | Alternative |

ingres | Yes | |

mysql | Yes | |

oracle | Yes | |

postgres | Yes | |

sqlserver | Yes |

# COS

COS(f) returns the cosine of f where f is in radians.

COS(3.14159/3) -> 0.5

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DROP TABLE angle

CREATE TABLE angle( id INTEGER, angle FLOAT); INSERT INTO angle VALUES (0,1); INSERT INTO angle VALUES (1,0.7853); INSERT INTO angle VALUES (2,0.5235); INSERT INTO angle VALUES (3,0.5);

In this example you return the cosine of each of the angles.

SELECT id FROM angle WHERE func = 'COS'

See also