Lately it seems the only questions I have to ask is to do Parametric Trig equations.
So here we go again.
I am creating an equation driven part with a few Trig eqautions. (Not that difficult until now)
One equation I need to input requires the Trig function Cotangent (cot).
eg. cot (x deg / n ul) with the unit type set at (ul)
This syntax does not work.
But when I rewrite the equation as 1 ul / tan (x deg / n ul) or tan (x deg / n ul)^-1 ul I get the result that cot should give me.
Does Inventor not support the Cotangent, Secant or Cosecant functions?
Or am I just misrepresenting the syntax description?
Inventor 2012 Professional
list of valid functions (in "References" -> "Use formulas and equations" -> "Functions")
no cot, so guess you're stuck with 1/tan
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