# asec

asec(x)

Compute the inverse secant of `x`, where the output is in radians

## Examples

In the Julia programming language, the function `asec(x)` computes the inverse secant of `x`, where the output is in radians.

``````julia> asec(1)
0.0

julia> asec(2)
1.2309594198767732

julia> asec(0.5)
1.0471975511965979``````

Here are some common examples of its use:

1. Compute the inverse secant of a positive number:

``````julia> asec(2)
1.2309594198767732``````

This example calculates the inverse secant of `2` and returns the result in radians.

2. Compute the inverse secant of 1:

``````julia> asec(1)
0.0``````

The function returns `0.0` as the inverse secant of `1` is `0` radians.

3. Compute the inverse secant of a fraction:
``````julia> asec(0.5)
1.0471975511965979``````

In this example, the function calculates the inverse secant of `0.5` and returns the result in radians.

Please note that the `asec` function returns a `Float64` value representing the inverse secant in radians.