# ACOTH

Formulas / ACOTH
Calculate the inverse hyperbolic cotangent of a number.
`=ACOTH(number)`
• number - required absolute value of number needs to be greater than 1

## Examples

• `=ACOTH(1.5)`

The ACOTH function is used to calculate the hyperbolic arccotangent of a number. In this example, the formula is used to calculate the hyperbolic arccotangent of 1.5. The result is 0.7071067811865475.

## Summary

The ACOTH function calculates the inverse hyperbolic cotangent of a number that is analogous to the ordinary arccotangent. It takes a single argument, a number, which is required.

• The ACOTH function calculates the inverse hyperbolic cotangent of a number, analogous to the regular arccotangent function.
• The absolute value of the argument must be greater than 1, otherwise a #NUM! error is thrown.
• If the absolute value of the argument is less than 1 and the argument is not a number, a #VALUE! error is thrown.

What is the ACOTH function?
The ACOTH function calculates the inverse hyperbolic cotangent of a number. It is analogous to the regular arccotangent function.
What are the arguments for the ACOTH function?
The only argument for the ACOTH function is a real number. It must have an absolute value that is greater than 1.
Are there any other requirements for using the ACOTH function?
No, just the number argument is required to use the ACOTH function.
Are there any other functions similar to the ACOTH function?
Yes, the hyperbolic arccotangent is analogous to the regular arccotangent function. 