### Definition of Cosech

1. a hyperbolic cosecant [n -S]

### Lexicographical Neighbors of Cosech

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### Literary usage of Cosech

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Algebra of Coplanar Vectors and Trigonometry by Robert Baldwin Hayward (1892)
"prime vector 01, and whose centres lie on the line JOJ', the distance from 0 to the centre of any particular circle being coth 2v and its radius cosech 2v. ..."

2. The Applications of Elliptic Functions by George Greenhill (1892)
"... may be supposed defined by v = a and v = — ft, so that a = k cosech a, b = k cosech ft, c = /c(coth a + coth ft); and putting a + ft = &, Maxwell shows, ..."

3. A Treatise on the Integral Calculus: With Applications, Examples, and Problems by Joseph Edwards (1922)
"EXAMPLES. 1. Taking / — <£r—- tanh -= , write 2m for TO and integrate with regard to m from 0 to m. Then rr cos 2m.i-~\m , 1 , cosech itr dx — 5 log cosh m, ..."

4. Report of the Annual Meeting (1899)
"If Q be the intersection of sinh u and cosech u, Q must lie on the axis of u. ... The value of cosh u is given by Thus 2 cosh M=cosh 2t cosech M=cosh u= ..."

5. A Course of Pure Mathematics by Godfrey Harold Hardy (1908)
"Dx log tanh Jx — cosech x. [All these formulae may of course be transformed into formulae in integration.] 23. Prove that cosh x > 1 and - 1 < tanh x < 1. ..."