Calculator Trigonometry Tab Test case

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1.4 Verify the Trigonometry tab in Calculator Activity
CAL_P1.4UIVerify the features of the Trigonometry tab in Calculator activity. User is in calculator activity window.
  1. Click on the Trigonometry Tab
  2. Check the features of the Trigonometry tab
Navigate to the Trigonometry Tab and the following features should be displayed.
  • Sine (sin)
  • Cosine (cos)
  • Tangent (tan)
  • Arc sine (sin-1)
  • Arc cosine (cos-1)
  • Arc Tangent (tan-1)
  • Hyperbolic sine (sinh)
  • Hyperbolic cosine (cosh)
  • Hyperbolic Tangent (tanh)
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CAL_P1.4.1UI Verify the features of Sine (sin). User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Move the cursor on Sine (sin) button.
  2. Check the features of the Sine (sin).
System should display listed features like.
  • Sine
  • Help
1
CAL_P1.4.1.1FUN Verify the features of Sine (sin). User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Click on the Sine (sin).
  2. Within the brackets enter the value.
  3. Click on the Enter button.
1. User get in the result as bellow - sin () – the cursor point in the middle.1
CAL_P1.4.1.1.1FUN Verify the functionality of Sine (sin) when the calculator is in degree mode. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Set calculator into Degree under the Miscellaneous
  2. Click on the Sine(sin).
  3. Within the brackets enter the value.
  4. Click on the Enter button.
  1. sin(2.5)
  2. sin(5)
  3. sin(0)
  4. sin(-30.5)
  5. sin(-30)
2. User get in the result as bellow - sin () – the cursor point in the middle.
  1. sin(2.5) = 0.0436193873
  2. sin(5) = 0.0871557427
  3. sin(0) = 0
  4. sin(-30.5) = -0.5075383629
  5. sin(-30) = -0.5
5
CAL_P1.4.1.1.2FUN Verify the functionality of Sine(sin) when the calculator is in radian mode. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Set calculator into Radian under the Miscellaneous
  2. Click on the Sine(sin).
  3. Within the brackets enter the value.
  4. Click on the Enter button.
  1. sin(2.5)
  2. sin(5)
  3. sin(0)
  4. sin(-30.5)
  5. sin(-30)
2. User get in the result as bellow - sin () – the cursor point in the middle.
  1. sin(2.5) = 0.5984721441
  2. sin(5) = -0.9589242746
  3. sin(0) = 0
  4. sin(-30.5) = 0.7931272394
  5. sin(-30) = 0.9880316240
5
CAL_P1.4.1.2FUN Verify the functionality of Help. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Click on Help button.
  2. Click on enter.
System should display sin(x), return the sine of x. This is the y-coordinate on the unit circle at the angle x.1
CAL_P1.4.2UI Verify the features of Cosine(cos). User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Move the cursor on Cosine(cos) button.
  2. Check the features of the Cosine(cos).
System should display listed features like.
  • Cosine
  • Help
1
CAL_P1.4.2.1FUN Verify the features of Cosine(cos). User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Click on the Cosine(cos).
  2. Within the brackets enter the value.
  3. Click on the Enter button.
1. User get in the result as bellow - cos () – the cursor point in the middle.1
CAL_P1.4.2.1.1FUN Verify the functionality of Cosine(cos) when the calculator is in degree mode. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Set calculator into Degree under the Miscellaneous
  2. Click on the Cosine(cos).
  3. Within the brackets enter the value.
  4. Click on the Enter button.
  1. cos(2.5)
  2. cos(5)
  3. cos(0)
  4. cos(-30.5)
  5. cos(-30)
2. User get in the result as bellow - cos () – the cursor point in the middle.
  1. cos(2.5) = 0.9990482215
  2. cos(5) = 0.9961946980
  3. cos(0) = 1
  4. cos(-30.5) = 0.8616291604
  5. cos(-30) = 0.8660254037
5
CAL_P1.4.2.1.2 FUN Verify the functionality of Cosine(cos) when the calculator is in radian mode. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Set calculator into Radian under the Miscellaneous
  2. Click on the Cosine(cos).
  3. Within the brackets enter the value.
  4. Click on the Enter button.
  1. cos(2.5)
  2. cos(5)
  3. cos(0)
  4. cos(-30.5)
  5. cos(-30)
2. User get in the result as bellow - cos () – the cursor point in the middle.
  1. cos(2.5) = -0.8011436155
  2. cos(5) = 0.2836621854
  3. cos(0) = 1
  4. cos(-30.5) = 0.6090559761
  5. cos(-30) = 0.1542514498
5
CAL_P1.4.2.2FUN Verify the functionality of Help. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Click on Help button.
  2. Click on enter.
System should display cox(x), return the cosine of x. This is the x-coordinate on the unit circle at the angle x.1
CAL_P1.4.3UI Verify Verify the features of Tangent(tan). User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Move the cursor on Tangent(tan) button.
  2. Check the features of the Tangent(tan).
System should display listed features like.
  • Tangent
  • Help
1
CAL_P1.4.3.1FUN Verify the features of Tangent(tan). User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Click on the Tangent(tan).
  2. Within the brackets enter the value.
  3. Click on the Enter button.
1. User get in the result as bellow - tan () – the cursor point in the middle.1
CAL_P1.4.3.1.1FUN Verify the functionality of Tangent(tan) when the calculator is in degree mode. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Set calculator into Degree under the Miscellaneous
  2. Click on the Tangent(tan).
  3. Within the brackets enter the value.
  4. Click on the Enter button.
  1. tan(2.5)
  2. tan(5)
  3. tan(0)
  4. tan(-30.5)
  5. tan(-30)
2. User get in the result as bellow - tan () – the cursor point in the middle.
  1. tan(2.5) = 0.0436609429
  2. tan(5) = 0.0874886635
  3. tan(0) = 0
  4. tan(-30.5) = -0.5890450164
  5. tan(-30) = -0.5773502691
5
CAL_P1.4.3.1.2FUN Verify Verify the functionality of Tangent(tan) when the calculator is in radian mode. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Set calculator into Radian under the Miscellaneous
  2. Click on the Tangent(tan).
  3. Within the brackets enter the value.
  4. Click on the Enter button.
  1. tan(2.5)
  2. tan(5)
  3. tan(0)
  4. tan(-30.5)
  5. tan(-30)
2. User get in the result as bellow - tan () – the cursor point in the middle.
  1. tan(2.5) = -0.7470222972
  2. tan(5) = -3.3805150062
  3. tan(0) = 0
  4. tan(-30.5) = 1.3022238851
  5. tan(-30) = 6.4053311966
5
CAL_P1.4.3.2FUN Verify the functionality of Help. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Click on Help button.
  2. Click on enter.
System should display "tan(x), return the tangent of x. This is the slope of the line from the origin of the unit circle to the point on the unit circle defined by the angle x. Given by sjin(x)/cos(x)"1
CAL_P1.4.4UI Verify the features of Arc sine (sin-1). User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Move the cursor on Arc sine (sin-1) button.
  2. Check the features of the Arc sine (sin-1).
System should display listed features like.
  • ArcSine
  • Help
1
CAL_P1.4.4.1FUN Verify the features of Arc sine (sin-1). User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Click on Arc sine (sin-1).
  2. Within the brackets enter the value.
  3. Click on the Enter button.
1. User get in the result as bellow - asin () – the cursor point in the middle.1
CAL_P1.4.4.1.1FUN Verify the functionality of Arc sine (sin-1) when the calculator is in degree mode. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Set calculator into Degree under the Miscellaneous
  2. Click on Arc sine (sin-1).
  3. Within the brackets enter the value.
  4. Click on the Enter button.
  1. asin(2.5)
  2. asin(5)
  3. asin(0)
  4. asin(-30.5)
  5. asin(-30)
2. User get in the result as bellow - asin () – the cursor point in the middle.
  1. asin(2.5) =
  2. asin(5) =
  3. asin(0) =
  4. asin(-30.5) =
  5. asin(-30) =
5
CAL_P1.4.4.1.2 FUN Verify the functionality of Arc sine (sin-1) when the calculator is in radian mode. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Set calculator into Radian under the Miscellaneous
  2. Click on the Arc sine (sin-1).
  3. Within the brackets enter the value.
  4. Click on the Enter button.
  1. asin(2.5)
  2. asin(5)
  3. asin(0)
  4. asin(-30.5)
  5. asin(-30)
2. User get in the result as bellow - asin () – the cursor point in the middle.
  1. asin(2.5) =
  2. asin(5) =
  3. asin(0) =
  4. asin(-30.5) =
  5. asin(-30) =
5
CAL_P1.4.4.2FUN Verify the functionality of Help. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Click on Help button.
  2. Click on enter.
System should display "asin(x), return the arc sine of x. This is the angle for which the sine is x. Defined for -1<=x<=1" 1
CAL_P1.4.5UI Verify the features of Arc cosine (cos-1). User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Move the cursor on Arc cosine (cos-1) button.
  2. Check the features of the Arc cosine (cos-1).
System should display listed features like.
  • Arc Cosine
  • Help
1
CAL_P1.4.5.1FUN Verify the features of Arc cosine (cos-1). User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Click on the Arc cosine (cos-1).
  2. Within the brackets enter the value.
  3. Click on the Enter button.
1. User get in the result as bellow - acos () – the cursor point in the middle.1
CAL_P1.4.5.1.1FUN Verify the functionality of Arc cosine (cos-1) when the calculator is in degree mode. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Set calculator into Degree under the Miscellaneous
  2. Click on the Arc cosine (cos-1).
  3. Within the brackets enter the value.
  4. Click on the Enter button.
  1. acos(2.5)
  2. acos(5)
  3. acos(0)
  4. acos(-30.5)
  5. acos(-30)
2. User get in the result as bellow - acos () – the cursor point in the middle.
  1. acos(2.5) =
  2. acos(5) =
  3. acos(0) =
  4. acos(-30.5) =
  5. acos(-30) =
5
CAL_P1.4.5.1.2FUN Verify the functionality of Arc cosine (cos-1) when the calculator is in radian mode. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Set calculator into Radian under the Miscellaneous
  2. Click on the Arc cosine (cos-1).
  3. Within the brackets enter the value.
  4. Click on the Enter button.
  1. acos(2.5)
  2. acos(5)
  3. acos(0)
  4. acos(-30.5)
  5. acos(-30)
2. User get in the result as bellow - acos () – the cursor point in the middle.
  1. acos(2.5) =
  2. acos(5) =
  3. acos(0) =
  4. acos(-30.5) =
  5. acos(-30) =
5
CAL_P1.4.5.2FUN Verify the functionality of Help. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Click on Help button.
  2. Click on enter.
System should display "acos(x), return the arc cosine of x. This is the angle for which the cosine is x. Define for -1<=x<1" 1
CAL_P1.4.6UI Verify the features of Arc Tangent (tan-1). User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Move the cursor on Arc Tangent (tan-1) button.
  2. Check the features of the Arc Tangent (tan-1).
System should display listed features like.
  • Arc Tangent
  • Help
1
CAL_P1.4.6.1FUN Verify the features of Arc Tangent (tan-1). User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Click on the Arc Tangent (tan-1).
  2. Within the brackets enter the value.
  3. Click on the Enter button.
1. User get in the result as bellow - atan () – the cursor point in the middle.1
CAL_P1.4.6.1.1FUN Verify the functionality of Arc Tangent (tan-1) when the calculator is in degree mode. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Set calculator into Degree under the Miscellaneous
  2. Click on the Arc Tangent (tan-1).
  3. Within the brackets enter the value.
  4. Click on the Enter button.
  1. atan(2.5)
  2. atan(5)
  3. atan(0)
  4. atan(-30.5)
  5. atan(-30)
2. User get in the result as bellow - atan () – the cursor point in the middle.
  1. atan(2.5) =
  2. atan(5) =
  3. atan(0) =
  4. atan(-30.5) =
  5. atan(-30) =
5
CAL_P1.4.6.1.2FUN Verify the functionality of Arc Tangent (tan-1) when the calculator is in radian mode. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Set calculator into Radian under the Miscellaneous
  2. Click on the Arc Tangent (tan-1).
  3. Within the brackets enter the value.
  4. Click on the Enter button.
  1. atan(2.5)
  2. atan(5)
  3. atan(0)
  4. atan(-30.5)
  5. atan(-30)
2. User get in the result as bellow - atan () – the cursor point in the middle.
  1. atan(2.5) =
  2. atan(5) =
  3. atan(0) =
  4. atan(-30.5) =
  5. atan(-30) =
5
CAL_P1.4.6.2FUN Verify the functionality of Help. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Click on Help button.
  2. Click on enter.
System should display "atan(x), return the arc tangent of x. This is the angle for which the tangent is x. Defined for allx." 1
CAL_P1.4.7UI Verify the features of Hyperbolic sine (sinh). User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Move the cursor on Hyperbolic sine (sinh) button.
  2. Check the features of the Hyperbolic sine (sinh).
System should display listed features like.
  • Hyperbolic sine (sinh)
  • Help
1
CAL_P1.4.7.1FUN Verify the features of Hyperbolic sine (sinh). User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Click on the Hyperbolic sine (sinh).
  2. Within the brackets enter the value.
  3. Click on the Enter button.
1. User get in the result as bellow - sinh () – the cursor point in the middle.1
CAL_P1.4.7.1.1FUN Verify the functionality of Hyperbolic sine (sinh) when the calculator is in degree mode. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Set calculator into Degree under the Miscellaneous
  2. Click on the Hyperbolic sine (sinh).
  3. Within the brackets enter the value.
  4. Click on the Enter button.
sinh(2) 2. User get in the result as bellow - sinh () – the cursor point in the middle.
  • sinh(2) = 207.803794
1
CAL_P1.4.7.1.2FUN Verify the functionality of Hyperbolic sine (sinh) when the calculator is in radian mode. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Set calculator into Radian under the Miscellaneous
  2. Click on the Hyperbolic sine (sinh).
  3. Within the brackets enter the value.
  4. Click on the Enter button.
sinh(2) 2. User get in the result as bellow - sinh () – the cursor point in the middle.
  • sinh(2) = 3.62686041
1
CAL_P1.4.7.2FUN Verify the functionality of Help. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Click on Help button.
  2. Click on enter.
System should display "sin(x), return the hyperbolic sine of x. Given by (exp(x) - exp(-x))/2."1
CAL_P1.4.8UI Verify the features of Hyperbolic cosine (cosh). User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Move the cursor on Hyperbolic cosine (cosh) button.
  2. Check the features of the Hyperbolic cosine (cosh).
System should display listed features like.
  • Hyperbolic cosine (cosh)
  • Help
1
CAL_P1.4.8.1FUN Verify the features of Hyperbolic cosine (cosh). User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Click on the Hyperbolic cosine (cosh).
  2. Within the brackets enter the value.
  3. Click on the Enter button.
1. User get in the result as bellow - cosh () – the cursor point in the middle.1
CAL_P1.4.8.1.1FUN Verify the functionality of Hyperbolic cosine (cosh) when the calculator is in degree mode. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Set calculator into Degree under the Miscellaneous
  2. Click on the Hyperbolic cosine (cosh).
  3. Within the brackets enter the value.
  4. Click on the Enter button.
cosh(2) 2. User get in the result as bellow - cosh () – the cursor point in the middle.
  • cosh(2) = 215.557935
1
CAL_P1.4.8.1.2FUN Verify the functionality of Hyperbolic cosine (cosh) when the calculator is in radian mode. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Set calculator into Radian under the Miscellaneous
  2. Click on the Hyperbolic cosine (cosh).
  3. Within the brackets enter the value.
  4. Click on the Enter button.
cosh(2) 2. User get in the result as bellow - cosh () – the cursor point in the middle.
  • cosh(2) = 3.76219569
1
CAL_P1.4.8.2FUN Verify the functionality of Help. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Click on Help button.
  2. Click on enter.
System should display "cosh(x), return the hyperbolic cosine of x. Given by (exp(x) + exp(-x))/2."1
CAL_P1.4.9UI Verify the features of Hyperbolic tangent (tanh). User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Move the cursor on Hyperbolic tangent (tanh) button.
  2. Check the features of the Hyperbolic tangent (tanh).
System should display listed features like.
  • Hyperbolic tangent (tanh)
  • Help
1
CAL_P1.4.9.1FUN Verify the features of Hyperbolic tangent (tanh). User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Click on the Hyperbolic tangent (tanh).
  2. Within the brackets enter the value.
  3. Click on the Enter button.
1. User get in the result as bellow - tanh () – the cursor point in the middle.1
CAL_P1.4.9.1.1FUN Verify the functionality of Hyperbolic tangent (tanh) when the calculator is in degree mode. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Set calculator into Degree under the Miscellaneous
  2. Click on the Hyperbolic tangent (tanh).
  3. Within the brackets enter the value.
  4. Click on the Enter button.
tanh(2) 2. User get in the result as bellow - tanh () – the cursor point in the middle.
  • tanh(2) = 55.2347117
1
CAL_P1.4.9.1.2FUN Verify the functionality of Hyperbolic tangent (tanh) when the calculator is in radian mode. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Set calculator into Radian under the Miscellaneous
  2. Click on the Hyperbolic tangent (tanh).
  3. Within the brackets enter the value.
  4. Click on the Enter button.
tanh(2) 2. User get in the result as bellow - tanh () – the cursor point in the middle.
  • tanh(2) = 0.96402758
1
CAL_P1.4.9.2FUN Verify the functionality of Help. User is in Trigonometry Tab window.
  1. Click on Help button.
  2. Click on enter.
System should display "tanh(x), return the hyperbolic tangent of x. Given by sinh(x)/cosh(x)"1







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