Calculation of the sine function using the expansion

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Calculation of the sine function using the expansion. #include <iostream> #include <cmath> using namespace std; int main() { double sine1, sine2, power, term, fact, x, delta; int k, sign; delta = 0.0000001; sign = -1; cout << " enter the angle " ; cin >> x; k = 3; fact = 6; sine1 = x;
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Unformatted text preview: term = sign*power; sine2 = sine1 + term/fact; while (fabs((sine1-sine2)/sine1) > delta) { k = k+2; sine1 = sine2; sign = -sign; fact = fact*k*(k -1); power = power*x*x; term = sign*power; sine2 = sine1 + term/fact; } cout << "sin = " << sine1 << endl; return 0; }...
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