Format MathSQRT12 Square Root 2 Property The Square Root 2 property stores the

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Format Math.SQRT1_2 Square Root 2 Property The Square Root 2 property stores the number value for the square root of 2. This value internally is approximately 1.4142135623730951. Format Math.SQRT2 Get Absolute Value Method The Get Absolute Value method returns the absolute value of the value that the number argument contains. If it cannot convert this value to a number, then it returns NaN. Format Math.abs( number ) Table 107 describes the arguments for the Get Absolute Value method. Get Arc Cosine Method The Get Arc Cosine method returns the arc cosine of the value that the number argument contains, expressed in radians from 0 to pi. If any of the following situations are true, then it returns NaN: The method cannot convert the value to a number. The value is greater than 1 or less than negative 1. Table 107. Arguments for the Get Absolute Value Method Argument Description number A numeric literal or numeric variable.
Siebel eScript Language Reference Version 8.1, Rev. A Methods Reference Mathematical Methods 186 This method uses the same argument as the Get Absolute Value method. For more information, see Table 107 on page 185 . Format Math.acos( number ) Get Arcsine Method The Get Arcsine method returns an approximate arcsine of the value that the number argument contains expressed in radians in the range of negative pi/2 through pi/2. If any of the following situations are true, then this method returns NaN: It cannot convert the value to a number. The value is greater than 1 or less than negative 1. This method uses the same argument as the Get Absolute Value method. For more information, see Table 107 on page 185 . Format Math.asin( number ) Get Arctangent Method The Get Arctangent method returns an approximate arctangent of the value that the number argument contains, expressed in radians and ranging from negative pi/2 through pi/2. This method assumes the value that the number argument contains is the ratio of the following sides of a right triangle: The side that is opposite of the angle that this method must calculate The side that is adjacent to the angle It returns a value for this ratio. This method uses the same argument as the Get Absolute Value method. For more information, see Table 107 on page 185 . Format Math.atan( number ) Example for the Get Arctangent Method The following example calculates the roof angles that are necessary for a house that includes the following dimensions: An attic ceiling height of 8 feet at the roof peak
Methods Reference Mathematical Methods Siebel eScript Language Reference Version 8.1, Rev. A 187 A 16 foot span from the outside wall to the center of the house The Get Arctangent method returns the angle in radians. To convert the value to degrees, it multiplies it by 180/PI. To examine how the Get Arctangent method is different from the Get Arctangent 2 method, you can compare it to the example in the “Example for the Get Arctangent 2 Method” on page 187 topic. These examples return the same value: function RoofBtn_Click () { var height = 8; var span = 16; var angle = Math.atan(height/span)*(180/Math.PI); TheApplication().RaiseErrorText("The angle is " +

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