Definition of sine in English:
- It presents a one-point iterative technique for calculating the sine of a given angle.
- This same table was reproduced in the work of Brahmagupta and detailed method for constructing a table of sines for any angle were give by Bhaskara in 1150.
- If you use the distance along the ground, you have to find the vertical component by multiplying by the sine of the angle of the hill in both the distance and acceleration terms.
insinuate from (early 16th century):
This word was first used in legal contexts in the sense ‘enter (a document) on the official register’. Latin insinuare ‘introduce tortuously’ is the source, from in- ‘in’ and sinuare ‘to curve’, from sinus ‘a bend’ found in the sine of mathematics, sinuous, and the sinus (all late 16th century). Nearly all the English senses were already in Latin.
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