CSCH is used in Excel to calculate the correction amount for a circular reference. Circular references can occur when a formula refers to itself. The CSCH function will calculate the amount that is needed to be corrected in order to remove the circular reference.
The syntax for the CSCH function in Excel is as follows:
This function returns the hyperbolic sine of the given number.
The following is an example of how to use the CSCH function in Excel. To use the function, type "=CSCH(number)" into a cell, where "number" is the number you want to calculate the hyperbolic sine of. The hyperbolic sine of a number is the angle (in radians) at which the function reaches its maximum value.
CSCH should not be used in Excel when the result of the calculation is required to be a number. When the calculation results in a text string, CSCH should be used.
There are a few similar formulae to CSCH in Excel. The most similar is probably the COSCH function, which calculates the cosine of a specified angle. The COSH function calculates the hyperbolic cosine of a specified angle, while the CSQRT function calculates the square root of a complex number. Finally, the CSCI function calculates the circular sine of a complex number.