# csch

csch(x)

Compute the hyperbolic cosecant of `x`

## Examples

In the Julia programming language, the function `csch(x)` is used to compute the hyperbolic cosecant of `x`. It calculates the reciprocal of the hyperbolic sine function.

``````julia> csch(2.0)
0.2757205647717837``````

Here are a few examples of how the `csch` function can be used:

1. Calculate the hyperbolic cosecant of a scalar value:

``````julia> csch(1.5)
0.4345372080942375``````

This example computes the hyperbolic cosecant of the scalar value `1.5`.

2. Compute the hyperbolic cosecant of an array of values:

``````julia> arr = [1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0];
julia> csch.(arr)
4-element Array{Float64,1}:
0.8509181282393216
0.2757205647717837
0.09982156966867473
0.03627589089939503``````

Here, the `csch` function is applied element-wise to each value in the array `arr`.

3. Use the hyperbolic cosecant in mathematical expressions:
``````julia> x = 0.5;
julia> result = 2 * csch(2 * x);
julia> result
5.166326963738191``````

In this example, the hyperbolic cosecant is used in a mathematical expression to calculate the value of `result`.

Please note that the `csch` function returns `Float64` values and can be applied to both scalar values and arrays.

acos, acosd, acosh, acot, acotd, acoth, acsc, acscd, acsch, asec, asecd, asech, asin, asind, asinh, atan, atan2, atand, atanh, cos, cosc, cosd, cosh, cospi, cot, cotd, coth, csc, cscd, csch, deg2rad, rad2deg, sin, sinc, sind, sinh, sinpi, tan, tand, tanh,

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