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Jyā, koti-jyā and utkrama-jyā are three trigonometric functions introduced by Indian mathematicians and astronomers. The earliest known Indian treatise containing references to these functions is Surya Siddhanta. These are functions of arcs of circles and not functions of angles. Jyā and kotijyā are closely related to the modern trigonometric functions of sine and cosine. In fact, the origins of the modern terms of "sine" and "cosine" have been traced back to the Sanskrit words jyā and kotijyā.

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  • Jyā, koti-jyā y utkrama-jyā son tres funciones trigonométricas introducidas por matemáticos y astrónomos indios. El primer tratado indio conocido que contiene referencias a estas funciones es el Surya Siddhanta.​ Son funciones de arcos de círculos y no funciones de ángulos propiamente dichas. Jyā y kotijyā están estrechamente relacionados con las funciones trigonométricas modernas del seno y el coseno. De hecho, los orígenes de los términos modernos de "seno" y "coseno" se remontan a las palabras sánscritas jyā y kotijyā.
  • Jyā, koti-jyā and utkrama-jyā are three trigonometric functions introduced by Indian mathematicians and astronomers. The earliest known Indian treatise containing references to these functions is Surya Siddhanta. These are functions of arcs of circles and not functions of angles. Jyā and kotijyā are closely related to the modern trigonometric functions of sine and cosine. In fact, the origins of the modern terms of "sine" and "cosine" have been traced back to the Sanskrit words jyā and kotijyā.
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  • Jyā, koti-jyā y utkrama-jyā son tres funciones trigonométricas introducidas por matemáticos y astrónomos indios. El primer tratado indio conocido que contiene referencias a estas funciones es el Surya Siddhanta.​ Son funciones de arcos de círculos y no funciones de ángulos propiamente dichas. Jyā y kotijyā están estrechamente relacionados con las funciones trigonométricas modernas del seno y el coseno. De hecho, los orígenes de los términos modernos de "seno" y "coseno" se remontan a las palabras sánscritas jyā y kotijyā.
  • Jyā, koti-jyā and utkrama-jyā are three trigonometric functions introduced by Indian mathematicians and astronomers. The earliest known Indian treatise containing references to these functions is Surya Siddhanta. These are functions of arcs of circles and not functions of angles. Jyā and kotijyā are closely related to the modern trigonometric functions of sine and cosine. In fact, the origins of the modern terms of "sine" and "cosine" have been traced back to the Sanskrit words jyā and kotijyā.
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