The <QtMath> header file provides various math functions.

These functions are partly convenience definitions for basic math operations not available in the C or Standard Template Libraries.

The header also ensures some constants specified in POSIX, but not present in C++ standards (so absent from <math.h> on some platforms), are defined:

Returns the arccosine of v as an angle in radians. Arccosine is the inverse operation of cosine.

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qAtan() qAsin() qCos()

Returns the arcsine of v as an angle in radians. Arcsine is the inverse operation of sine.

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qSin() qAtan() qAcos()

Returns the arctangent of v as an angle in radians. Arctangent is the inverse operation of tangent.

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qTan() qAcos() qAsin()

Returns the arctangent of a point specified by the coordinates y and x. This function will return the angle (argument) of that point.

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qAtan() qHypot()

Returns the cosine of an angle v in radians.

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qSin() qTan()

This function converts the degrees in float to radians.

Example:

degrees = 180.0f
radians = qDegreesToRadians(degrees)

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qRadiansToDegrees()

This function converts the degrees in double to radians.

Example:

degrees = 180.0
radians = qDegreesToRadians(degrees)

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qRadiansToDegrees()

This function converts the degrees in double to radians.

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qRadiansToDegrees()

Returns the exponential function of e to the power of v.

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qLn()

Returns the absolute value of v.

Returns the distance from origin in arbitrarily many dimensions

This is as for the two-argument and three-argument forms, supported by std::hypot(), but with as many numeric parameters as you care to pass to it. Uses first and each of the rest as co-ordinates, performing a calculation equivalent to squaring each, summing and returning the square root, save that underflow and overflow are avoided as far as possible.

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qSqrt()

This is an overloaded function.

Returns the distance of a point (x, y) from the origin (0, 0).

This is qSqrt (x * x + y * y), optimized. In particular, underflow and overflow may be avoided.

Accepts any mix of numeric types, returning the same floating-point type as std::hypot(). If either parameter is infinite, so is the result; otherwise, if either is a NaN, so is the result.

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qSqrt() qAtan2()

This is an overloaded function.

Returns the distance of a point (x, y, z) from the origin (0, 0, 0).

This is qSqrt (x * x + y * y + z * z), optimized where supported. In particular, underflow and overflow may be avoided.

Accepts any mix of numeric types, returning the same floating-point type as std::hypot(). If any parameter is infinite, so is the result; otherwise, if any is NaN, so is the result.

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qSqrt()

Returns the natural logarithm of v. Natural logarithm uses base e.

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qExp()

This function returns the nearest power of two greater than value. For 0 it returns 1, and for values larger than or equal to 2^31 it returns 0.

This is an overloaded function.

This function returns the nearest power of two greater than value. For negative values it returns 0.

This function returns the nearest power of two greater than value. For 0 it returns 1, and for values larger than or equal to 2^63 it returns 0.

This is an overloaded function.

This function returns the nearest power of two greater than value. For negative values it returns 0.

Returns the value of x raised to the power of y. That is, x is the base and y is the exponent.

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qSqrt()

This function converts the radians in float to degrees.

Example:

radians = float(M_PI)
degrees = qRadiansToDegrees(radians)

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qDegreesToRadians()

This function converts the radians in double to degrees.

Example:

radians = M_PI()
degrees = qRadiansToDegrees(radians)

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qDegreesToRadians()

This function converts the radians in double to degrees.

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qDegreesToRadians()

Returns the sine of the angle v in radians.

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qCos() qTan()

Returns the square root of v. This function returns a NaN if v is a negative number.

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qPow() qHypot()

Returns the tangent of an angle v in radians.

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qSin() qCos()