Calculate the sine of an angle using radians.

`=SIN(angle)`

- angle - required argument specifying the angle in radians

`=SIN(PI()/6)`

The SIN function is used to calculate the sine of an angle. This can be useful when working with angles and trigonometry in Sourcetable. For example, this returns 0.5, which is the sine of 30 degrees.

`=SIN(30*PI()/180)`

The SIN function can also be used to convert degrees into radians. For example, this returns the sine of 30 degrees, which is 0.5.

`=SIN(PI()/3)`

The SIN function can also be used to calculate the sine of an angle in radians. For example, this will return the sine of 60 degrees, which is 0.8660254037844.

`=SIN(45*PI()/180)`

The SIN function can also be used to calculate the sine of an angle in degrees. For example, this will return the sine of 45 degrees, which is 0.7071067811865.

The SIN function is used to calculate the sine of an angle. It requires the angle to be specified in radians and returns a sine value.

- The SIN function requires a radian angle argument, which must be a number.

The SIN function is a mathematical tool used to calculate the sine of an angle. It returns the angle in radians.

The SIN function can be used to calculate the sine of a number expressed in degrees or radians.

Using the SIN function is simple. To calculate the sine of an angle, all you need to do is enter the angle into the function and it will return the sine in radians.

The SIN function can be used for a variety of other mathematical calculations, such as finding the length of an arc, determining the area of a triangle, and calculating the height of a triangle given the length of its side.