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Sin






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Elementary Functions > Sin[z] > Representations through more general functions





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Classical cases for powers of sin

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Classical cases involving exp

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Classical cases involving sinh

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Classical cases involving cosh

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Classical cases involving cos,Ci,Si

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Classical cases involving cos-1 in the arguments and unit step theta

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Classical cases involving tan-1 in the arguments

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Classical cases involving cot-1 in the arguments

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Classical cases involving sec-1 in the arguments and unit step theta

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Classical cases involving Bessel J

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Classical cases involving cos and Bessel J

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Classical cases involving Bessel Y

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Classical cases involving cos and Bessel J,Y

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Classical cases involving 0F1

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Classical cases involving 0F~1

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Generalized cases for the direct function itself

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Generalized cases for powers of sin

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Generalized cases involving exp

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Generalized cases involving cosh

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Generalized cases involving sinh

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Generalized cases involving cos,Ci,Si

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Generalized cases involving cos and Fresnel C,S

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Generalized cases involving cos-1 in the arguments and unit step theta

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Generalized cases involving tan-1 in the arguments

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Generalized cases involving cot-1 in the arguments

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Generalized cases involving sec-1 in the arguments and unit step theta

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Generalized cases involving Bessel J

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Generalized cases involving cos and Bessel J

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Generalized cases involving Bessel Y

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Generalized cases involving cos and Bessel J,Y

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Generalized cases involving 0F1

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Generalized cases involving 0F~1

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