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hi guys.. 
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Subject: cos(pi/2) or sin(pi) problem From: Peter Perkins Date: 18 Jan, 2009 18:40:20 Message: 3 of 15 
Matt wrote: 
Subject: cos(pi/2) or sin(pi) problem From: Roger Stafford Date: 18 Jan, 2009 20:57:01 Message: 4 of 15 
Peter Perkins <Peter.PerkinsRemoveThis@mathworks.com> wrote in message <gkvt2k$4ab$1@fred.mathworks.com>... 
If you must work with radians you might consider using a tolerance. 
Subject: cos(pi/2) or sin(pi) problem From: Peter Perkins Date: 19 Jan, 2009 16:13:04 Message: 6 of 15 
Roger Stafford wrote: 
Subject: cos(pi/2) or sin(pi) problem From: Ravi Teja Nidumolu Date: 22 Oct, 2010 18:33:06 Message: 7 of 15 
instead you can try this sin(sym(pi)) or cos(syms(pi/2))... 
Subject: cos(pi/2) or sin(pi) problem From: Ravi Teja Nidumolu Date: 22 Oct, 2010 18:34:08 Message: 8 of 15 
instead you can try this sin(sym(pi)) or cos(syms(pi/2))... 
Dear Matt, 
"Jan Simon" <matlab.THIS_YEAR@nMINUSsimon.de> wrote in message <i9snk8$dmh$1@fred.mathworks.com>... 
Subject: cos(pi/2) or sin(pi) problem From: Jan Simon Date: 22 Oct, 2010 21:33:03 Message: 11 of 15 
Dear Matt, 
I also noted. I do not have the symbolic toolbox. Is it the only possible solution? 
Subject: cos(pi/2) or sin(pi) problem From: SungEun Jo Date: 20 Sep, 2014 15:35:08 Message: 13 of 15 
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Subject: cos(pi/2) or sin(pi) problem From: John D'Errico Date: 20 Sep, 2014 16:20:06 Message: 14 of 15 
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Subject: cos(pi/2) or sin(pi) problem From: SungEun Jo Date: 22 Sep, 2014 12:45:06 Message: 15 of 15 
"John D'Errico" <woodchips@rochester.rr.com> wrote in message <lvk9fm$vd$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>... 
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