Math functions in C are performed by *math function*. To implement the functions in the program, one has to use `<math.h>` library file. These functions has the arguments in **double **type.Also, the return statements are also in **double** type.

Table giving the description of few Math functions in C.

Function | Description |
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double `asin` (double a) |
arc sine of a is returned in radians. |

double `acos` (double x) |
arc cosine of a is returned in radians. |

double `atan` (double a) |
arc tangent of a is returned in radians. |

double `atan2` (double a, double b) |
The arc tangent of b/a gives the quadrant depending on signs given is eturned |

double `sin` (double a) |
Sine of angle a is returned in radians |

double `sinh` (double a) |
Hyperbolic Sine of angle a is returned in radians |

double `cos(double a)` |
Cosine of angle a is returned in radians |

double `cosh` (double a) |
Hyperbolic Sine of angle a is returned in radians |

double `tanh` (double a) |
Hyperbolic Tangent of angle a is returned in radians |

double `exp` (double a) |
The value is the result of e lifted to the ath power |

double `frexp` (double a, int *exp) |
a=mantissa* 2^ exp is returned |

double `log` (double a) |
Logarithmic value is returned with base e |

double `log10` (double a) |
Logarithmic value is returned with base 10 |

double `sqrt` (double a) |
Square root of a is returned |

double `ceil` (double a) |
Smaller value is returned which is greater or equal to a |

double `fabs` (double a) |
Absolute integer value of a is returned |

double `floor` (double a) |
Larger value is returned which is lesser equal to a |

double `fmod` (double a, double b) |
Remainder of a divided by b is returned |

double `log10` (double a) |
Logarithmic value is returned with base 10 |

double `sqrt` (double a) |
Square root of a is returned |

double `pow` (double a, double b) |
The value obtained after a raised to power of b is returned |

The macro used in time function is *HUGE_VAL*. When the output is too large in magnitude, HUGE_VAL is used by setting the errno to *ERANGE*. If the result is small, then there is no need to use this.

#include <stdio.h> #include <math.h> #define PI 3.14159265 int main () { double x,y, i,r ,a,b; x = 45.0; y = 0.8; a = PI / 180; b = 180.0 / PI; i = sin( x*a ); printf("The sine of %lf is %lf degrees\n", x, i); i = cos( x*a ); printf("The cosine of %lf is %lf degrees\n", x, i); r = asin(y) * b; printf("The arc sine of %lf is %lf degrees\n", y, r); r = acos(y) * b; printf("The arc sine of %lf is %lf degrees\n", y, r); return(0); }

**Output**

The sine of 45.000000 is 0.707107 degrees The cosine of 45.000000 is 0.707107 degrees The arc sine of 0.800000 is 53.130102 degrees The arc sine of 0.800000 is 36.869898 degrees

**Program to demonstrate math functions**

#include <stdio.h> #include <math.h> int main () { double i, result; i = 2.7; //find log(2.7) result = log(i); printf("log(%lf) = %lf \n", i, result); //find square root printf("Square root of i = %lf \n",sqrt(i) ); //Rounding to the nearest lower integer printf ("value = %.1lf \n", ceil(i)); //Find absolute value printf("The absolute value of i = %lf\n", i, fabs(i)); //rounding to the nearest greater integer printf("Value = %.1lf \n", floor(i)); return(0); }

**Output**

log(2.700000) = 0.993252 Square root of i = 1.643168 value = 3.0 The absolute value of i = 2.700000 Value = 2.0

- Math functions in C are implemented by <math.h> and supports all arithmetic functions.
- Returns the arguments in double type.
- sin, tan, sqrt, log, floor, pow, fabs, ceil are some of math functions.