Function: =ASINH()

The ASINH function in Excel returns the hyperbolic arcsine (inverse hyperbolic sine) of a given number. The function can use to find the value whose hyperbolic sine is equal to the given number.

### How to use =ASINH() in Excel:

To use the ASINH function, simply enter “=ASINH(number)” into a cell, where “number” is the value for which you want to find the hyperbolic arcsine. The function will return the result.

#### To use the ASINH function in Excel, follow these steps:

- Select the cell where you want to display the result.
- Type the following formula into the formula bar: =ASINH(number), where “number” is the value for which you want to find the hyperbolic arcsine.
- Press Enter to calculate the result.
- The result will display in the selected cell.

For example, if you want to find the hyperbolic arcsine of 2, you would enter “=ASINH(2)” into a cell. Excel will calculate the result and display it in the cell.

Note that the input value for the ASINH function can be any real number. If the input value is less than 1, Excel will return the #NUM! error. Also, the result of the ASINH function is given in radians, which is a unit of measurement for angles.

### Examples of ASINH function in Excel Formulas:

- =ASINH(0.5) returns 0.481211825 radians.
- =ASINH(-0.5) returns -0.481211825 radians.
- =ASINH(1) returns 0.881373587 radians.
- =ASINH(0) returns 0 (since the hyperbolic sine of 0 is also 0).
- =ASINH(2) returns 1.443635475 radians.

### List of similar functions:

- SINH: returns the hyperbolic sine of a given number.
- COSH: returns the hyperbolic cosine of a given number.
- TANH: returns the hyperbolic tangent of a given number.
- ACOSH: returns the hyperbolic arccosine (inverse hyperbolic cosine) of a given number.
- ATANH: returns the hyperbolic arctangent (inverse hyperbolic tangent) of a given number.

## FAQ’s for Using ASINH function in Excel

**What is the domain of input values for the ASINH function?**

The input values for the ASINH function can be any real number.

**What does the #NUM! error mean in the ASINH function?**

The #NUM! error is returned when the input value for the ASINH function is less than 1.

**Can the ASINH function be used with non-numeric input?**

No, the ASINH function only works with numeric input values.

**What is the difference between the SINH and ASINH functions?**

The SINH function returns the hyperbolic sine of a given number, while the ASINH function returns the hyperbolic arcsine of a given number.

**What is the unit of measurement for the output of the ASINH function?**

The ASINH function returns the result in radians, which is a unit of measurement for angles.

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