Trig Functions

AstroExcel comes with some additional trigonometry functions so you can use degrees in the argument rather than radians, converting degrees to radians is straightforward but with these functions you don’t need to think and reading the formula’s is easy.

DegSIN(degrees) SIN function but using degrees in the argument
DegCOS(degrees) COS function but using degrees in the argument
DegTAN(degrees) TAN function but using degrees in the argument
DegARCSIN(degrees) ARCSIN function but using degrees in the argument
DegARCCOS(degrees) ARCCOS function but using degrees in the argument
DegARCTAN(degrees) ARCTAN function but using degrees in the argument

Example

Find the Sine of 90 degrees.

=DegSin(90)

Example: using the DegSin() function in AstroExcel
Using AstroExcel trig functions
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