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MySQL | COT method

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MySQL's COT(~) method computes the cotangent of the input value in radians.

Parameters

1. X | radians

Number given in radians.

Return value

The cotangent of the input number.

Examples

To return the cotangent for π / 2:

SELECT COT(PI() / 2);
+-----------------------+
| COT(PI() / 2) |
+-----------------------+
| 6.123233995736766e-17 |
+-----------------------+

To return the largest integer smaller than or equal to cotangent for π / 2:

SELECT FLOOR(COT(PI() / 2));
+----------------------+
| FLOOR(COT(PI() / 2)) |
+----------------------+
| 0 |
+----------------------+

To return the cotangent for :

SELECT COT(-PI());
+----------------------+
| COT(-PI()) |
+----------------------+
| 8.165619676597685e15 |
+----------------------+
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