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Numeric Functions (Trigonometric)

# SIN¶

Computes the sine of its argument; the argument should be expressed in radians.

## Syntax¶

```SIN( <real_expr> )
```

## Arguments¶

`real_expr`

This expression should evaluate to a real number. The value should be in radians, not degrees.

## Examples¶

```SELECT SIN(0), SIN(PI()/3), SIN(RADIANS(90));
--------+--------------+------------------+
SIN(0) | SIN(PI()/3)  | SIN(RADIANS(90)) |
--------+--------------+------------------+
0      | 0.8660254038 | 1                |
--------+--------------+------------------+
```
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