arc-

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See also: ARC and arc

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From Latin arcus ("bow")

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arc-

  1. (mathematics) Used to form the names of inverse trigonometric and hyperbolic functions, and also the symbols for these functions.
    arc-sine (British), arcsine (US)
    arctan

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