# sinh

sinh(x)

Compute hyperbolic sine of `x`

## Examples

``````julia> sinh(0)
0.0

julia> sinh(1)
1.1752011936438014

julia> sinh(-1)
-1.1752011936438014

julia> sinh(2.5)
6.050204481985396

julia> sinh(-2.5)
-6.050204481985396``````

The `sinh` function computes the hyperbolic sine of the input `x`. It returns the result as a floating-point number.

Here are some common examples of using the `sinh` function:

1. Calculate the hyperbolic sine of zero:

``````julia> sinh(0)
0.0``````

The hyperbolic sine of zero is zero.

2. Compute the hyperbolic sine of a positive number:

``````julia> sinh(1)
1.1752011936438014``````

The hyperbolic sine of 1 is approximately 1.1752011936438014.

3. Calculate the hyperbolic sine of a negative number:

``````julia> sinh(-1)
-1.1752011936438014``````

The hyperbolic sine of -1 is approximately -1.1752011936438014.

4. Find the hyperbolic sine of a non-integer value:

``````julia> sinh(2.5)
6.050204481985396``````

The hyperbolic sine of 2.5 is approximately 6.050204481985396.

5. Compute the hyperbolic sine of a negative non-integer value:
``````julia> sinh(-2.5)
-6.050204481985396``````

The hyperbolic sine of -2.5 is approximately -6.050204481985396.

Note: The `sinh` function is part of Julia's mathematical functions and is used to compute the hyperbolic sine.