# COSECANT

, COSINE, COTANGENT, COVERSED
SINE, are the secant, sine, tangent, and
versed sine of the complement of an arch or angle; *Co*
being, in this case, a contraction of the word complement,
and was first introduced by Gunter.

, COSINE, COTANGENT, COVERSED
SINE, are the secant, sine, tangent, and
versed sine of the complement of an arch or angle; *Co*
being, in this case, a contraction of the word complement,
and was first introduced by Gunter.

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Entry taken from A Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary, by Charles Hutton, 1796.

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