Mathematical Operations: Mathematical Functions

int, frac, i, abs, exp, log, log10, sqrt

```
int(x)     (init-rate or control-rate args only)

frac(x)    (init-rate or control-rate args only)

i(x)       (control-rate args only)

abs(x)     (no rate restriction)

exp(x)     (no rate restriction)

log(x)     (no rate restriction)

log10(x)   (no rate restriction)

sqrt(x)    (no rate restriction)

```

Description

where the argument within the parentheses may be an expression. Value converters perform arithmetic translation from units of one kind to units of another. The result can then be a term in a further expression.

int(x) – returns the integer part of x.

frac(x) – returns the fractional part of x.

i(x) – returns an init-type equivalent of the argument (k-rate)

abs(x) – returns the absolute value of x.

exp(x) – returns e raised to the xth power.

log(x) – returns the natural log of x (x positive only).

log10(x) – returns the base 10 log of x (x positive only).

sqrt(x) – returns the square root of x (x non-negative).

Note that for log, log10, and sqrt the argument value is restricted.

Mathematical Operations: Mathematical Functions