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#### Note

Serial.print() and Serial.println() do not currently support printing floats.

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Calculates the cos of an angle (in radians). The result will be between -1 and 1.\\ Cos() is part of the avr-libc library.

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Calculates the cos of an angle (in radians). The result will be between -1 and 1.

Cos() is part of the avr-libc library.

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Calculates the cos of an angle (in radians). The result will be between -1 and 1. cos() is part of the avr-libc library.

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Calculates the cos of an angle (in radians). The result will be between -1 and 1.\\ Cos() is part of the avr-libc library.

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Calculates the cos of an angle (in radians). The result will be between -1 and 1. cos() is part of the avr-libc library.

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The cos of the angle ("double")

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## cos(rad)

#### Description

Calculates the cos of an angle (in radians). The result will be between -1 and 1.

#### Parameters

rad: the angle in radians (*float*)

#### Returns

The cos of the angle.

#### Note

Serial.print() and Serial.println() do not currently support printing floats.

#### See also