The `cmath`

library in C++ is the same as math.h in C and it supports a large number of useful math functions, the complete list of all functions you can see here.

To use them, just include it in the header: `#include <cmath>`

In this *cpp::daily* of today we will see description and how to use some of them.

`abs( int )`

- Informs the absolute number:

`pow( double, double )`

- Is the power of two numbers:

`sin( double * pi / 180 )`

- tells the sine of an angle;`cos( double * pi / 180 )`

- gives the cosine of an angle;`tan( double * pi / 180 )`

- tells the tangent of an angle; In this example we also include iomanip to use`std::setprecision( int )`

- We also use parameter via command line to get results at runtime
- We capture
`argv[1]`

as a string and later convert it to a long double with`std::stold( std::string )`

; - Remembering that
*PI*is an infinite number, therefore, we assign*13 significant digits (digits)*for a greater precision of the result, as only*3.14*can have less accurate results.

Output:

`sqrt( double )`

- Informs the square root of a number:- For this example (mini program) in addition to using parameters, we also use colored outputs to make it stand out.

And among others like:

`ceil( T )`

- Rounds a number up:`ceil( 2.1f );`

// 3 ;`cbrt( T )`

- Informs the cubic root of a number:`cbrt( 27 );`

// 3;`log( double )`

- Calculates the logarithm.

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