The

method calculates the sine**sin()**** **value of** ** `x`

, where `x`

is in radians.

sin(x)

Julia's sin function syntax

This method takes the parameter

, which represents the radian value for which the sine value is to be found.**x**

This method returns the sine value of the argument.

The code below demonstrates the use of the `sin`

method:

## find sin of radiandegree = 0radian = deg2rad(degree)println( "sin($(radian)) => $(sin(radian))")## find sin of 10degree = 10radian = deg2rad(degree)println( "sin($(radian)) => $(sin(radian))")

Line 2: We create a new variable degree and assign `0`

as a value to it.

Line 3: We use the `deg2rad`

method with the `degree`

variable as an argument. This method converts the degree to radians. The radian value of 0 degrees is 0.0.

Line 4: We use the `sin`

method with the variable `radian`

as an argument. This method calculates the sine value of the radian. In our case, the sine value of radian is 0.0.

Line 7: We assign `10`

as the value for the `degree`

variable.

Line 8: We use the `deg2rad`

method with the `degree`

variable as an argument. This method converts the degree to radians. The radian value of 10 degrees is 0.17453292519943295.

Line 9: We use the `sin`

method with the variable `radian`

as an argument. This method calculates the sine value of the radian. In our case, the sine value of radian is 0.17364817766693033.

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