I need to work out the the arcsin (sin-1) of an incoming number but it doesn’t appear to be working.

For example I have a float of the value 0.2 coming into the arcsin object and the answer should be 11.5, but it’s outputting something completely different.

Any ideas?

Thanks, Matthew

David

]]>For those that want to convert radians to degrees, the number went into the ‘asin’ object and then the output went3 into an expression multiplying the number of radians by 180 which was then divided by 3.1415 (Pi)

Thank again, Matthew

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the input of asin is not in radians nor in degrees, the output is in radians though

here is another proof that works fine, but now the other way around an in degrees:

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EDIT, sorry, I didn’t understand it was already solved…

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