sin is included by default in each file as part of the Math library.
The Sin() function returns the sine of an angle. The input must have an angular unit, but unitless is acceptable and will be treated as radians.
Sin() works with complex numbers.
Examples of trig functions
Cos(0.5) = 0.878
Cos(0.5 rad) = 0.878
Sin(45 deg) = 0.707
Tan(1 + i) = 0.272 + 1.0839i
Tan((60 + 30i) deg) = 0.787 + 1.135i