Associations to the word «Sine»

Wiktionary

SINE, noun. (trigonometry) (mathematics) In a right triangle, the ratio of the length of the side opposite an angle to the length of the hypotenuse.
SINE DIE, adverb. Without specifying a date (for a future event); indefinitely.
SINE FORMULA, noun. (trigonometry) law of sines
SINE LAW, noun. (trigonometry) law of sines
SINE QUA NON, noun. An essential or indispensable element, condition, or ingredient.
SINE QUÂ NON, noun. [18th C–present] Alternative spelling of sine qua non
SINE QUA NONS, noun. Plural of sine qua non
SINE QUIBUS NON, noun. Plural of sine qua non
SINE RATIO, noun. (trigonometry) The ratio of the side of a right-angled triangle opposite to a specified angle to the hypotenuse; when expressed as a real number between 0 and 1 it defines the sine of the angle
SINE RULE, noun. (trigonometry) law of sines
SINE WAVE, noun. (trigonometry) (signal processing) A waveform described by the sine function, possibly shifted by some phase.
SINE WAVES, noun. Plural of sine wave

Dictionary definition

SINE, noun. Ratio of the length of the side opposite the given angle to the length of the hypotenuse of a right-angled triangle.

Wise words

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