ACOTH

The ACOTH function returns the inverse hyperbolic cotangent of a number. It is useful for performing calculations in trigonometry, statistics, and other mathematical analyses.

Syntax

=ACOTH(`number`)

When you find yourself grappling with calculations involving the inverse hyperbolic cotangent, the ACOTH function is your go-to tool in Excel. Whether you are delving into trigonometric applications, statistical analyses, or complex mathematical computations, ACOTH provides the means to swiftly determine the inverse hyperbolic cotangent of a given input value. This function lends itself to a multitude of scenarios, facilitating efficient and accurate calculations that are integral to various fields of study and industry applications.

Examples

If you want to find the inverse hyperbolic cotangent of the number 2, you can use the formula: =ACOTH(2). This will return the result representing the inverse hyperbolic cotangent of 2.

Questions

Under what circumstances does the ACOTH function return an error?

The ACOTH function returns a #NUM! error if the absolute value of the input number is less than 1.

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