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ASINH is an Excel function that calculates the inverse hyperbolic sine of a number. In Google Sheets, you can use the ASINH function to calculate the inverse hyperbolic sine of a number. The ASINH function takes one argument, the number for which you want to calculate the inverse hyperbolic sine. The inverse hyperbolic sine is the number that is the inverse of the hyperbolic sine.

ASINH is the inverse hyperbolic sine function. The syntax for ASINH in Google Sheets is ASINH(value).

ASINH is a function in Google Sheets that calculates the arcsine of the hyperbolic sine of a number. It is used to calculate the inverse hyperbolic sine of a number. An example of how to use ASINH in Google Sheets is to enter the following formula into a cell: =ASINH(A2). This will calculate the inverse hyperbolic sine of the number in cell A2.

ASINH is not always accurate in Google Sheets. It can return different values depending on the platform you are using (PC or Mac), the version of Excel you are using, and even the language version of Excel. Additionally, ASINH does not work with text values, only numbers. Therefore, you should not use ASINH in Google Sheets when you need an accurate result.

In Google Sheets, the ASINH function is used to calculate the arcsine of the hyperbolic sine of a number. There are a few similar formulae that can be used to calculate different types of arcsine functions. The ASIN function calculates the arcsine of a number, while the ACOS function calculates the arccosine of a number. The ASINH function calculates the arcsine of the hyperbolic sine of a number, while the ACOSH function calculates the arccosh of a number.

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