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# Values of one-variable function

This online calculator calculates values of one-variable function given function formula and set of variable values

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This online calculator calculates values of one-variable function $y$ given function formula and set of variable values $x$. Function formula can be entered using expression with math operations, numeric constants and functions. Details of expression syntax see below.

#### Values of one-variable function

Variable values separated by comma (use dot to denote decimal digits)
Digits after the decimal point: 1
Formula

In function notation you can use one variable (always use x), brackets, pi number (pi), exponent (e), operations: addition +, subtraction -, division /, multiplication *, power ^.

You can use the following common functions:
sqrt - square root,
exp - power of exponent,
lb - logarithm to base 2,
lg - logarithm to base 10,
ln - logarithm to base e,
sin - sine,
cos - cosine,
tg - tangent,
ctg - cotangent,
sec - secant,
cosec - cosecant,
arcsin - arcsine,
arccos - arccosine,
arctg - arctangent,
arcctg - arccotangent,
arcsec - arcsecant,
arccosec - arccosecant,
versin - versine,
vercos - vercosine,
haversin - haversine,
exsec - exsecant,
excsc - excosecant,
sh - hyperbolic sine,
ch - hyperbolic cosine,
th - hyperbolic tangent,
cth - hyperbolic cotangent,
sech - hyperbolic secant,
csch - hyperbolic cosecant,
abs - module,
sgn - signum (sign),
logp - logarithm to base p, i.e. log7(x) - logarithm to base 7,
rootp - p-th root, i.e. root3(x) - cubic root

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