from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. hyperbolic cotangent
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- abbr. The hyberbolic cotangent function.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A disease.
- n. A fainting.
- n. An obsolete form of quoth.
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The graph of the function y ¼ coth x '' blows up '' at x ¼ 0.
The following formula holds for all real numbers x except 0: coth À x ¼ Àcoth x HYPERBOLIC SINE OF DOUBLE VALUE The hyperbolic sine of twice any given variable is equal to twice the hyper - bolic sine of the original variable times the hyperbolic cosine of the original variable.
We can also express coth 0 by ﬁ rst ﬁ nding the values of sinh 0 and cosh
The bold, solid curves represent the function y ¼ coth x.
Þ sech x ¼ 2 = ðex þ eÀx Þ coth x ¼ ðex þ eÀx Þ = ðex À eÀx Þ Now let's look at the graphs of the six hyperbolic functions.
THE OTHER FOUR The remaining four hyperbolic functions follow from the hyperbolic sine and the hyperbolic cosine, like this: tanh x ¼ sinh x = cosh x csch x ¼ 1 = sinh x sech x ¼ 1 = cosh x coth x ¼ cosh x = sinh x In terms of exponential functions, they are expressed this way: tanh x ¼ ðex À eÀx Þ = ðex þ eÀx Þ csch x ¼ 2 = ðex À eÀx
_Cowz_ is meant for _coz_, the modern Cornish and Armorican form corresponding to the ancient Cornish _coth_, old. (