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# Inverse trigonometric functions?

7 months 3 weeks ago #2460 by Enrico
Enrico replied the topic: Inverse trigonometric functions?
Hello M.Kroen,

I think I need more information on what you would like to achieve. What do you mean with "the users to enter random values"?

Why did you give up on the Excel?

Could you please write me what would be the input fields?

Kind Regards,
Enrico
AT1464

7 months 3 weeks ago #2454 by M.Kroen
M.Kroen replied the topic: Inverse trigonometric functions?
Hello! Yes, I'm the same person. I tried to do some test with the excel but what I need is to give the opportunity for the users to enter random values and then to calculate the prices... that is why I guess I need to use "formula" calc.

7 months 3 weeks ago #2452 by Enrico
Enrico replied the topic: Inverse trigonometric functions?
Hello M.Kroen,

Please consider buying the Pro version of the plugin, as you will be able to use Excel functions (Which means also ASIN):

altoswebsolutions.com/cms-plugins/woopricecalculator

Kind Regards,
Enrico
AT1464

7 months 3 weeks ago #2451 by David Boyle
David Boyle replied the topic: Inverse trigonometric functions?
Hi M. Kroen,
are you the same person contacted us on another channel named as Momchil?
Because you are a pre-sales, your posts on our forum have to be approved first by a moderator to get visible.
Thank you
David
at1464

7 months 3 weeks ago #2450 by M.Kroen
M.Kroen created the topic: Inverse trigonometric functions?
Hello,

I really need at least one inverse trigonometric functions. I am building roof calculator and I could not find a way to calculate the missing angle without asin(x) or any "inverted" function.... I tried every possible way in the formula field - sin^-1(x), asin(x)... Only with asin(x) the plugin ignores "a" and calculates it a sin(x)...

I know PHP has a build in asin() function and Java has Math.asin so is there a way to somehow add it to the formulas. This is really a show stopper for me... I was one click away to buy this plugin...