Definition of Cotans

1. cotan [n] - See also: cotan



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cotans

cosy
cosy up
cosying
cosying up
cosyntropin
cosysop
cosysops
cot
cot-caught merger
cot-quean
cot death
cot deaths
cotan
cotangent
cotangents
cotans (current term)
cotarnine
cotch
cotchel
cotchels
cote
cote d'ivoire
coteau
coteaux
cotectic
coted
cotehardies
coteline
cotelines

Literary usage of Cotans

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1. American Colonial Tracts Monthly by John Smith (1897)
"... under the command of one Hubert Farrill, coTans under to ferret out a company of the rebels who kept man"3"" ' guard at Colonel Bacon's, under the power ..."

2. A Manual of Applied Mechanics by William John Macquorn Rankine (1872)
"... w 1 3^ • cotans i. Fig. 118. p, being everywhere positive, there is in this dome no joint of rupture. ..."

3. A Treatise on Higher Trigonometry by John Bascombe Lock (1884)
"... of angles less than 5°, the L cosine and L secants of angles greater than 85°, the L tans and L cotans of angles less than 5° and greater than 85°. 109. ..."

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