I have looked around on the internet a little bit, but I am unable to find a function or equation for inverse/arcsine. I was able to find Inverse Cosine, but inverse sin doesn't seem to exist. Does anyone know how to use inverse sine in delphi?

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Looks, I am often told, can be deceptive. This is certainly the case as far as the Microsoft Arc mouse and the new Arc Touch mouse are concerned. Sure, at first glance there is not much different about the two in terms of that innovative arcing design; but look closer, and more importantly pick the Arc Touch up and start using it, for the differences to become clear. In other words, the form may be broadly the same but the function has moved on.[attach]19161[/attach]There's the transformational function for a start, which no longer folds up into a mouse-sized clamshell but …

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Hi everyone. I have a quick question: Is there anyway that you can check to see if a point lays on an Arc2D object? I'm trying to write a Physics library (or at least part of one), and I noticed that there is no method that does it. You can check to see if the point is inside the [I]curve[/I], but that's not what I need. Is there a class that does that kind of math for you, or will I have to figure it out myself. Which brings me to: Can you retrieve an Array the points that are …

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The End.