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## Revision as of 03:38, 31 July 2020

`asin`

is a function that returns the inverse sine, that is, the angle
(in radians) whose sine is the given value.

### Arguments

Parameter Name | Default Value | Meaning |
---|---|---|

x |
number, default 0 | sine of the angle to find |

## Example

```
asin(1) // returns 1.570796
```