`Theory.Trans`

The Theory of Transcendental Functions.

`exp m x`

is the floating-point number closest to `e^x`

,

where `b^a`

is `b`

raised to the power of `a`

and `e`

is the base of natural logarithm.

`expm1 m x`

is the floating-point number closest to `e^x - 1`

,

where `b^a`

is `b`

raised to the power of `a`

and `e`

is the base of natural logarithm.

`exp2 m x`

is the floating-point number closest to `2^x`

,

where `b^a`

is `b`

raised to the power of `a`

.

`exp2 m x`

is the floating-point number closest to `2^x - 1`

,

where `b^a`

is `b`

raised to the power of `a`

.

`exp10 m x`

is the floating-point number closest to `10^x`

,

where `b^a`

is `b`

raised to the power of `a`

.

`exp10m1 m x`

is the floating-point number closest to `10^x - 1`

,

where `b^a`

is `b`

raised to the power of `a`

.

`log2 m x`

is the floating-point number closest to `log x / log 2`

.

`log10 m x`

is the floating-point number closest to `log x / log 10`

.

`logp1 m x`

is the floating-point number closest to `log (1+x)`

.

`logp1 m x`

is the floating-point number closest to `log (1+x) / log 2`

.

`logp1 m x`

is the floating-point number closest to `log (1+x) / log 10`

.

`sinpi m x`

is the floating-point number closest to `sin (pi*x)`

.

`cospi m x`

is the floating-point number closest to `cos (pi*x)`

.

`atanpi m y x`

is the floating-point number closest to `atan(y/x) / pi`

.

`atanpi m y x`

is the floating-point number closest to `atan(y/x) / (2*pi)`

.

`atan2 m y x`

is the floating-point number closest to `atan (y/x)`

.