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PostgreSQL Mathematical and Trigonometric functions

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Description

A mathematical function operates on input values ( numeric ) which are provided as arguments, and returns a numeric value as the output of that operation. Mathematical functions operates on numeric data.

List of Mathematical Functions

Functions Example Output
abs ( ) abs(-115.36) 115.36
cbrt( ) cbrt ( 343) 7
ceil( ) ceil(-53.7 ) -53
ceiling( ) ceiling(-69.8 ) -69
degrees( ) degrees( .45) 25.783100780887
div( ) div( 19 , 3) 6
exp( ) exp( 2.0 ) 7.3890560989306502
floor( ) floor(-53.6 ) -54
ln( ) ln( 3.0) 1.0986122886681097
log( ) log(200.0 ) 2.3010299956639812
mod( ) mod( 38,5) 3
pi( ) pi( ) 3.14159265358979
power( ) power(7,3 ) 343
radians( ) radians(15.0 )
0.261799387799149
random( ) random( )  
round( ) round( 67.456) 67
sign( ) sign(-14.321 ) -1
sqrt( ) sqrt(225 ) 15
trunc( ) trunc(67.456 ) 67

List of Trigonometric Functions

Functions Syntax Description
acos ( ) acos(a) Returns inverse cosine or arc cosine.
asin( ) asin(a) Returns inverse sine or arc sine.
atan( ) atan(a) Returns inverse tangent or arc tangent.
atan2( ) atan2(b,a) Returns inverse tangent of b/a.
cos( ) cos(a) Returns cosine.
cot( ) cot(a) Returns cotangent.
sin( ) sin(a) Returns sine.
tan( ) tan(a) Returns tangent.


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